Saturday, October 29, 2016

Must Do's in Autumn

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Dundas Peak. PC: Tracy Ip
My must-do's of the fall season:

1. Apple and pumpkin picking. You always have a good time, like Tiffany & Melissa!


2. Attempting to make apple crumble.. which I did with two besties! Still trying to perfect it so stay tuned for an upcoming recipe.


3. Hiking and admiring God's creation. The one place I still need to visit is Dundas Peak in Hamilton. Evergreen Brickworks is also wonderful during this time of the year. The fall colours of the trees are stunning!

Dundas Peak. PC: @derekeats 

Dundas Peak. PC: @derekeats

Evergreen Brickworks

4. Busting out the flannels. Love my classic red & black plaid from Zara, but I also can't be out in the cold without a scarf.



What do you love to do in autumn? Drop some suggestions in the comments below!

Until next time, Des

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*Special shout out to Tiffany, Derek, & Tracy for contributing photos to make this post so awesome :)

13 comments :

  1. Such gorgeous photos! :]! These definitely look like quintessential fall activities! I still have yet to go pumpkin picking and I really need to go hiking! (We had plans to go but the weather had other ideas. :[ )

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    1. Many thanks to dear friends for the photos, especially the ones for Dundas Peak! Hopefully the weather holds up long enough that you can go!

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  2. Love that Zara shirt! I made a fall bucket list on my blog including going to a farmers market and creating some DIY projects. Oh, and watching all the Harry Potter movies! So far that's the only one that I've made any progress with.

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    1. Yes to all of those!! Great minds think alike :D

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  3. Love this!! Some of my fave parts of the season, too. So bummed I didn't get apple picking this year, though.

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    1. So many years to come! :) Even with apple picking season done, we can now look forward to the holiday season!

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  4. Love the view at Dundas Peak! Climbing up and looking at the beautiful colours is a must- and the apple crumble sounds fantastic!

    http://lindseyginge.com/2016/10/31/reupholster-dining-chairs/

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    1. OOPS. Definitely didn't mean to leave that link there. Sorry! (I press buttons before I even think about it!)

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    2. haha no worries! I still need to go to Dundas Peak :( All my friends have enjoyed it except me!

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  5. Damn it, now I'm craving apple crumble! Can't wait for the recipe! :)

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    1. Happy to say that the recipe has been posted now! :) Definitely tag me with your apple crumble creation!

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  6. Apple picking is definitely on my to-do list this year

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