Typically by October, Ontario is under the raw chill of fall with blustering winds and sideways rains, the kind that cruelly strip the colour from the trees and the "magic" from the forests. This year, however, we have been basking in the warmth of a true "Indian summer". Warm, sunny days have allowed us to defer the inevitable donning of hats and coats for a while longer. Vibrant blue skies have provided a striking contrast to the explosion of yellows, oranges and crimson which have made the views everywhere at this time of year breathtaking!...the perfect backdrop as Canadians celebrate THANKSGIVING this long weekend.
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