The scene along the Confederation Trail is disappointing this year. The autumn colours are missing from the trees. The leaves are drying up and dropping off rather than changing colour before falling. This change began with Dorian and has continued these last weeks. However, the view in this photo is everything to my husband and I.
Our daughter, the kids and the golden grand-dog were on the trail with us.
The girls love to ride ahead on their bikes while the youngest rides in the wagon. Every now and then, he walks along and pulls the wagon himself. Other times, when he’s tired, he lies back on the blanket for a cat nap.
Georgie, the golden, is torn between walking with our daughter or my husband and I. She always walks with the lead person, but she was reluctant to leave us bringing up the rear. We caught up with them and resolved her dilemma.
These are our favourite walks!
Georgie is so devoted!
That is such a gorgeous trail.
I can see why. Sometimes the leaves just fall without changing color, but it is still a wonderful walk with delightful companions. Thank you for sharing your joy, Marie. :-)
I am afraid we may not have much Autumn color here (Mississippi) this year either. It is so hot and dry the leaves are turning brown and falling off already.
Hope you are having a wonderful week!
oh i love this...and hoodies were needed. what a great picture!!!
Georgie is very good company.
A lovely photo full of love!
A lovely trail and a lovely family sharing the day. Nice photos, Marie!
So sorry there is little color, but how wonderful to have your family with you.
Lovely shot. Hope all is well Diane
It looks wonderful even without the autumnal colour. Family and precious memory building.
There may not be very much color, but this is a wonderful picture.
This would be my favorite walk, too. What a grand scene.
Still looks very pretty Marie, and perfect for that famiky walk ✨ I think we should absolutely make Perthian an official word 😉
OMG! I hope you frame this and put it on your wall somewhere!
What a cute picture! Beautiful memory ☺
What a beautiful place for a walk. I love the dog dilemma.
Oh boy. I'm sorry to read that about the leaves drying and falling.
This is a grand kind of walk...and good for you for easing Georgie's mind. We had a part collie dog when we were young, and she would lay in the door between kitchen and living room till she could see us both...always wanted us together.
I love that picture! It sounds like the perfect fall day. It's weird how some years the fall colors are much more vibrant than others. They're saying ours may not be as vibrant this year since it has been so hot for so long. Georgie sounds like such a loyal girl.
It was kind of you to resolve Georgie's dilemma :)
It's still a beautiful place to walk, no matter if the leaves turned or not. Hopefully next year will be glorious.
oh that is odd isn't it ?
i hope leaves complete their natural process before falling away
you granddaughter is so intelligent :)
these are special time and lovely images
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