Autumn in New Hampshire… the season when nature retires its crisp summer greenery and puts forth a myriad of color.
As Penelope Adams states in Lakeside Lodge, “New England’s foliage is God’s way of planting beautiful images—like seeds—in the minds of people, so that in the cold gray days of winter, their colorful memories can bloom and carry them to spring.”
Yes, I am working diligently on my next story which, like Loon Cove, is set in northern New Hampshire. The story begins in autumn mainly because it works—and because it’s my favorite time of year. I love the smells, the sights and smoky campfires.
Tell me, what's your favorite season?