05 November 2006

Fall On The East Coast

Two weeks ago, I showed you fall In Las Vegas. It's pretty, but not anywhere near the real thing, which I got to see when I surprised my mother. The one thing I miss most about the east coast (aside from my family) is the weather. I love experiencing the changing of the seasons. There's a smell about it that just makes me feel like I'm a part of something great.

Obviously, the seasons change everywhere. But here in Las Vegas it's hard to notice. If I had to list the seasons here, I'd start with July, because that's when I moved here. The seasons would be listed as follows:

  • hot
  • not as hot
  • comfortable
  • chilly
  • warmer
  • hot

The changes were more noticeable in Fargo, but still not as complete as on the east coast. So while I was there surprising my mother, I took a lot of pictures of rain and clouds and trees. Those are things I didn't know I missed until I was away from them.

There isn't a whole lot more I can say about trees. You can see my east coast foliage pictures I have to your left, in the photo album section.

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