Autumn Walk on the East Coast

Come along as we take a stroll through Newtown on this beautiful October day.

partridgeberries – a.k.a. lingonberries

The tide is high this afternoon.
Much of my next door neighbour’s garden is still summer lovely.



I stopped to admire another neighbour’s potato harvest. Of course, he insisted I take a bagful.
Dogberries, a true harbinger of Fall


Lobster traps
Mr. Blue Sky and me
Still wearing his shorts in October, and loving it

The Tickle




Our other neighbour is drying salt fish.
Freshly painted grapnels for next year’s fishing season
Kitties, you should have come with us.
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17 thoughts on “Autumn Walk on the East Coast

  1. Jen you should do a Newfoundland scenery book. You really do have an eye for photography. I will buy a book for sure. I love all your pics. I even thought about this myself over the years, but, never did anything with it. tc. xo

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    1. Thank you, Sandy! I appreciate the vote of confidence, and I just might consider your suggestion. As for you, it is never too late to do something if you are passionate about it. πŸ™‚ All the best, Jennifer

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  2. Happy Thanksgiving to you both. The pictures are just lovely, you guys are so lucky to be living in such a beautiful place. Keep it coming I love it.

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  3. Gorgeous photos, Jennifer. I just subscribed to your author newsletter. I have done very little online lately. Buddy has been enjoying the summer and fall, and we have largely ignored our blogs. But soon we will be writing up a storm! I lent your book to our local librarian to read. She enjoyed it and thought it quite well done. She especially mentioned the characterization. I brought up the idea of the author reading with her and she was receptive.

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