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November: A seasonal doorway for Ohio

by ohiosamishcountry.com

By Nancy Lembke
The relentless wind and rain strip the colored leaves from the maple trees, but the brown leaves cling tenaciously to the oak trees. Fire bushes proudly display their appropriately named fire-red leaves a while longer, but within another week or two, they will also succumb to a season of rest.
Across the hills, one can see rows of corn shocks looking like soldiers standing tall as sentinels and guardians of their domain. Small field mice find shelter and food within their silent stalks. In the twilight hours of the evening, whitetail deer nibble on the fodder as they wander across fields to find safety in the woods.
The hummingbirds have long-since begun their migration so ...

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