How? You don’t have to travel back east to see beautiful fall colors. My wife and I have been in New Hampshire for the October display of bright reds, oranges and yellows, but this past fall, we found that same intense color rush right here in the Lake Oswego neighborhoods and streets.
Our daughter confirmed this year’s “best of show” on her recent visit from California. Coming from a place where she was laying out in the sun the day before, she was reminded of what it means to live in a place with seasons.
These pictures are a reminder for you too of what fall can look like when you live in the right place–Lake Oswego, Oregon!
Another thing to enjoy in Lake Oswego besides fall colors is the Reunion Farmer’s Market scheduled for this Saturday, November 17 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at Millennium Plaza Park on the corner of First and Evergreen. Many of your favorite summer vendors will be on hand with fresh bounty for your Thanksgiving meal. There will also be live music, hay rides, local artisans and food for you to enjoy.
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