The bright and beautiful hues of crimson, copper, bronze, burgundy, scarlet, goldenrod, pumpkin, mustard and canary are contrasting with the evergreens at the lake, and I love baking bread at this time of the year. Life really slows down at our camp in the Adirondacks, so I tried a new recipe for Zucchini Bread from the Penzeys catalog. It's different from any zucchini bread that I have had, and includes bananas, brown sugar, some wheat flour, applesauce and only 1/2 cup of oil. My family and friends gave it five stars.
I've been adding little hints of fall to my garden and deck. The potted rosemary is now sharing its space with a gourd to dress it up for fall.
The bird bath is now being used for hubbard squash and decorative gourds. I added some azalea leaves and branches. The azalea and dogwood are showing their fall colors.
Potted plants are being adorned with pumpkins.
The purples in the garden are still thriving, and give a nice burst of color to the fall display.
This old wooden box was hiding in the garage, and is a great container for pansies, bittersweet and azalea branches.
Thank you for stopping by! I'm joining Alison at The Polo House for Favorites on the First and the theme is Fall Decor.