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Wednesday, September 30, 2020
Best Leaf Season Day Trip: A Pumpkin Parade Through Paradise

We’re famous, here in the North Georgia mountains, for our leaf season. When the hayfields are given their final shave, the bales are rolled, roped, and racked up in barn lofts for winter, and the gardens have been stripped down, their soil left to sleep for winter, our mountains light up with blazing red and orange leaves.That’s what we’re famous for, but that’s not all we do here in the fall. As the air turns cool, our back-field pumpkins finish plumping up in preparation for pies, jack-o-lanterns, and

Sarah Olver