Fall Foliage

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I’m always a bit sad when summer fades away, but at the same time I love the fall season. The leaves change color everyday as they get brighter and more vibrant. I think they are just about at their peak with the reds, oranges, and browns mixed in with the green pine trees. There are 28 miles of shoreline at Atwood Lake and they are all covered with the most spectacular display at this time of the year. The photo says it all – what do you think about our fall foliage at Whispering Pines?
Have you noticed how the sounds change when it gets cooler. The boats retreat and there is a lot less activity on the lake. It’s the perfect time to throw on your sweatshirt and take a walk in the park with the sound of crunchy leaves under each step in the crispy cool air. When we have the time, we’ll return to a cup of hot apple cider and a chocolate chip cookie.
Even though fall means the end of water activities, there are still plenty of things to do in the area. Why not consider horseback riding through acres and acres of gorgeous fall colors, or the Algonquin Mill Festival located in Carrollton. Golfing is still available and don’t forget that last motorcycle ride through the gently rolling hills of Carroll County.
Bill and I would love to share the Atwood Lake Region with you this time of year. We have nine guest rooms to choose from – all with beautiful views.
Hope to see you soon,
Linda
Whispering Pines Bed & Breakfast
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