The one thing I miss about the north is Autumn. So down here in Orlando we import it. Trick or treating is so much better without the freezing temps and snow.
Pumpkin Patch, Orlando Florida
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Brown County State Park in Nashville, Indiana is one of the most beloved parks in the state. Nestled in the rolling hills of southern Indiana adjacent Hoosier National Forest it’s best know for spectacular fall foliage. Nashville is a quaint little tourist town full of arts & crafts, foods and activities and while bustling with people on the weekends the fall tourist season really gets a boom from the park’s colorful display each autumn which brings in thousands of visitors each year.
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I have lived all over the United States and have called most states home at one time or another and I have lived in five of them for several years at a time:
As for the other 43 states I’ve lived in (excluding HI & AK) I lived in each for a weekend, a week or even a month or more. For two years I lived in a minivan/camper which I called home. So whatever state that campervan was in I was at home. You will find more on this adventure at my Jubilee Journey blog under the “My Jubilee Journey Journal” category.
But the one thing that stands out when I think about what home is are the three people in this photo below because without them there is no home. Home truly is where the heart is.
What appears to be dead in fact brings new life. After the death of this cotton plant in the autumn, its seeds slumber through winter and give live to new cotton plants in the spring.
Prophetstown State Park, Indiana
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