From the editor’s desk
Fall officially knocked on our doors on Sunday and left the crisp weather outside and some beautiful September moons as its calling card. Except for the impending visits from Jack Frost and the bittersweet presence of Mother Nature’s future winter fury, it’s difficult to not appreciate the fall season.
It won’t be long before we’ll be knee-deep in those vibrant fallen leaves, and pumpkins and gourds will soon be making an appearance on our front porches. Halloween costumes/candy/decor have been in the stores for weeks now, and the days are definitely getting shorter.
In the coming days, Bureau County and the areas beyond will be prime locations for getting some beautiful glimpses of fall. Why not set some time aside right now to gather your family and friends and plan a fall drive, an bonfire in the backyard or other autumn gatherings that will hopefully create memories for years to come. Once at a fall gather among family members at my house, we made a fire in the firepit, and the entire family sat around and roasted marshmallows, made s’mores, talked and laughed until late in the evening. My young cousin, Aaron, was only about 5 at the time. Last week, he turned 16, and he still asks if we’re going to light the firepit this year too. Memories can last a lifetime!
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