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November skies

by Cathy Grafton on 11/02/14

As the season really shows us the change from summer to winter, I always enjoy November.  We still get a few golden warm days to enjoy and I love the crisp mornings that give way to the warmth of the sun.  What I love the most though are the evening November skies.  With the leaves off the trees and the time change, we have a chance to enjoy long dark evenings where we can catch a glimpse of the moon through the branches.  I stop at my kitchen sink most evenings and just take a minute to look out the west window there to see the tree branches etched out again the dark blue sky.

I hope you all take some time to enjoy the November skies spread out before us for the next few weeks.

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