The Smell of Fall by Jeff Tome

The Smell of Fall by Jeff Tome

My wife and I went for a hike this past weekend and, as soon as we got out of the car, we turned to each other and said “It smells like fall.” It’s hard to describe it, that musty sweet smell of leaves as they start to break down and decompose, but it fills the air in...
Corvids by Chelsea Jandreau

Corvids by Chelsea Jandreau

Halloween and the surrounding time is a big deal for a lot of people. Many love having the excuse to dress up in costume while some are celebrating other holidays instead of or in addition to Halloween, such as Dia de los Muertos. I was never a big costume person, and...
Leave the Leaves – by Sarah Hatfield

Leave the Leaves – by Sarah Hatfield

The treetops are fiery. The ground is starting to glow with the golds, browns, and tans of autumn. Goldenrod is waning and the hickories and beeches are taking their turn adding that particular hue to the landscape. As all of this color starts a riot in the forests,...