Friday, October 31, 2008

Carolina in the Fall



A few more autumnal shots. These are several of the reasons I think North Carolina is such a great place to live. I'll list a few:
  • Four Seasons
  • Moderate Climate (between 20 and 100 degrees farenheit, with most of it around 70)
  • Pottery Climate
  • People understand what I am saying
  • Sweet tea, fried okra and green tomatoes, fresh tomato sandwiches, hush puppies, carolina burgers with chili, slaw and cheese
  • Mountains, rolling hills and seaside all within 3 to 4 hours

6 comments:

anonymous julie said...

Watch out, I may want to come down there. Midwest winters hurt.

And I bet you have more daylight down there.

Julie
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cookingwithgas said...

Love it! The tress here are showing off as well.
M

cookingwithgas said...

that would be trees- I don't know who changes my typing as soon as I post-internet trolls!

Judy Shreve said...

North GA is pretty fabulous right now too!

Pam said...

Stop! Your killing me...can't believe I've been away 4 years! OK stop... you're playing James Taylor now aren't you? Goin' to Carolina in my mind....ahhh
-pama in bama

Vicki Gill, potter said...

I have been in the heart wrenching cold of the midwest at Christmas, Julie and I know they hurt. And we do have a bit more daylight.
I know that Georgia, Eastern Carolina, Tennessee, Ohio, and Michigan all have beautiful colors in the fall, I just love to brag on my little sweet spot of the country!
YES, PAM, I have been playing Mr. Taylor for the last week. Currently listening to October Road and the new CD, Covers. I laughed so hard when I read that. You know me well!