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Belated Happy Thanksgiving, and Autumn is here!


Taken yesterday at A.Y. Jackson Park, Manotick, Ontario

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That is so gorgeous! It fully looks like a medieval fantasy setting (I think I spot Walter Frey in a window). And what beautiful autumn colours!
Eeeek! I don't want the scary Freys anywhere near the pretty mill! *sends Tardis back in time to root him out*

Can you get here by tomorrow btw? They're having a whisky tasting at the mill. Thought you might like to attend.
I WANT TO. Though someone tells me flights are around 6k right now, so IDK if any whisky is worth that *cries*
Pretty! We don't get autumn where I live, is jealous.
I lived in Seattle for too many years without autumn, I missed it - it's my favourite season. If only it wasn't followed by winter!
Ooo, gorgeous pic!
Thank you! And I love your icon, I might have to make those!
Beautiful! And so sunny!
We have nicely coloured leaves as well but yesterday it was mysterious and foggy (when it didn't rain).

autumn
Oh that's pretty. I love the fog, it makes it all misty and romantic!
Beautiful picture! And I learned a new thing today: never knew that Canadians celebrated Thanksgiving already in October.
Did you have turkey with all the works?
Yep, Monday was the holiday, most people do a big dinner on the weekend with family/friends. I had a friend over for dinner, but no turkey (I'm actually not a fan of turkey, it's too dry). Instead we had pumpkin-squash soup and pumpkin pie with fresh whipped cream, hot apple cider, Irish coffees... it was lovely! And lots of leftovers, I was still eating pie yesterday!
What a gorgeous place!
It really is - I should get out into the country more.
The mill is beautiful! Do you have more pictures to share?
I don't. :( I took my camera along, thinking it'd be nice to take a nice leisurely drive and take a lot of pics, but then I got aggravated by all the new development that's eaten up the pretty woods outside Ottawa, and I forgot. But it was really pretty!