Don’t Regret Fall’s Pending Arrival, Plan To Enjoy It
You may think me crazy, but Fall is definitely my favorite season, and one of the reasons I could never leave Western New York.
There are so many things WNY has to offer in the Fall. One of my favorite things is cooler days for walking and temperatures at night just perfect for sitting around a bonfire with family and friends.
Fall on the Niagara Frontier not only looks different with the dressing of the colors of the autumn season around Niagara Falls, The Niagara Gorge, Delaware Park, Ellicottville but the smell of the season. There's a change in the air, it just seems crisper, cleaner and one deep breath can invigorate even the most listless.
Then there are the holidays, Labor Day, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and the Fall Festivals (which there is no shortage of on the Niagara Frontier). Homes are decorated, cider is passed, and the perfect pumpkin is hunted for.
There are haunted houses to be explored, mazes to be challenged and costumes to be prepared.
It's back to school, new clothes for kids, and a rotation of Mom's and Dad's wardrobe...jackets and scarves to the ready, as the summer lawn furniture and the pool floats take a seasonal hiatus.
Time to bake and rake...homemade soups are back in as well as cider, pumpkin spice and homemade apple pie.
Kids jumping in piles of leaves and corn stalks tied to your door posts.
Enjoy some of your favorite fall activities along with our list of a few more...
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