|Posted by Linda on October 9, 2011 at 8:45 AM|
Well another turn of the wheel has brought another change of seasons to Rabun Gap. The mountains are draped with colorful quilts of reds, yellows, oranges and deep ever green. The nights are nippy and great for cuddling, the days are clear and warm. Harvest festivals abound throughout the area, pumpkin patches, maize mazes, bluegrass music and craft markets dot the road sides. Here at the mill we are turning our thoughts to the holidays. Family gatherings, friends sharing meals, renewed contact with those that get lost in the bustle of daily life. The birds have started making their annual pilgrimage to the warmer climes, the bears are busy eating everything they can reach before they take the long winter nap. Squirrels and chipmunks are busy collecting all the nuts that drop to the leaf carpeted ground. The local farmers are gathering the last of the crops before frost hits and they are busy planting the starts for next year's strawberries.
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