Friday, October 15, 2010

Autumn in my Wisconsin Neighborhood, Part II

Yesterday's post was of the beautiful autumn colors in our Wisconsin neighborhood. Today, I've got just a few more. Hope you enjoy them as much as I do!


















 

14 comments:

Michelle said...

Looks like everyone including the livestock are enjoying the fall there! I love those corn stalk stacks! Is that what you call them??

Yenta Mary said...

Oh, it's GORGEOUS up there! We've got color, but not as much as your neighborhood yet ....

Caution Flag said...

My neighborhood is colorful, too, today. What a gift!! That, however, is where the similarities between our neighborhoods ends :(

Lana said...

LOVE the school picture! Shocks of corn???? The cows are absolutely perfect! GREAT PICS! Thanks so much for sharing a peek at your world!

Mama Hen said...

These pictures of both part 1 and part 2 are beautiful! I love Autumn! Thank you for your comment. I think you are right about not sweating the small stuff as we get older. I still have to order your great soap. Somehow things have been busy and I am taking care of my daughter throughout the day. The poor little thing has not been able to get the energy to go to school even for a bit. She has been so tired. Have a great weekend!

Mama Hen

Denise said...

Very lovely sweet friend.

Haupi said...

I loved them...and that one of the goat - we do live in different worlds. I have to travel to see the fall foliage and reminders of old Americana. This is another reason I love your blog. Thanks!

Judy S. said...

Gosh, I sure hope someone helped that goat get unstuck! Nice photos, Judy.

Mama Hen said...

I ordered your fabulous soap! I think you have the wrong shipping address though. Can you e-mail me and let me know if we can change the shipping address? mamaslittlechick@hotmail.com Have a great day! I can't wait to see these great soaps!

Mama Hen

Cranberry Morning said...

Yes, shocks of corn. Remember the old James Whitcomb Riley poem, 'When the frost is on the punkin and the fodder's in the shock...'? (If not, go look it up. It's really cute!) :-) That's what it's referring to - fodder, food for animals, is in the shock, as in the corn in the last pic, that's been put into shocks by the Amish.

Cris @ Goodeness Gracious said...

Love this time of year! Beautiful pics:)

Denise said...

You have been tagged at my blog.

Sarah @ Modern Country Style said...

I love your photos. I've never been to Wisonsin before....butit's just as I imagine it to be. GORGEOUS!

partialemptynester said...

Now those pix are a good ol' slice of American pie!!!!! They should be on some sort of commercial touting all things American! I LOVE it!

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