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Fall Traditions

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Sienna Harrison
There are many things to look forward to in the fall, like going to a pumpkin patch, sipping warm drinks by a fire and more. Going to fall festivals is another thing you can look forward to this fall. Check out some more fall traditions you can try in this article.

                                                                        Fall Traditions  

Apple picking, playing in piles of leaves, and drinking warm drinks by fire are just a few of autumn’s simple pleasures. Traditions like these become meaningful and something to look forward to when returned to year after year. Check out these ten fall traditions to consider trying.  

  1. Take a trip to the pumpkin patch- Pick up some pumpkins and gourds to decorate with. An abundance of pumpkins and gourds of all shapes and sizes puts on an excellent fall display to last through the autumn months. Make it a tradition to take pictures int front of the pumpkins every year to see how much you’ve grown.  
  2. Host a fall party or attend a fall festival- Invite friends and family for a potluck or visit one of the many fall fairs and festivals happening at this time of the year. From the biggest pumpkin contest to live music, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.  
  3. Bake some Autumn desserts- Spend an Autumn afternoon baking a pie from scratch or loaves of pumpkin bread. If you’re not a pumpkin fan, make some cookies in the shape of pumpkins to get in the fall spirit.   
  4. Host a football party- For football fans, fall means only one thing: game time. Set up comfy seating around the TV, make some yummy snacks and invite friends to watch the game.  
  5. Go apple picking- Find an orchard where you can pick your apples (check the listings on Local Harvest to find one near you) and head out for a fun day of picking fruit from the trees. Bring a picnic and make a day of it; orchards offer more apple variety than grocery stores.  
  6. Decorate with fall home décor- Layer beds with thick quilts and cozy blankets. Set out bowls with apples and nuts. It doesn’t take much effort, and your home will instantly feel more fall-like.  
  7. Savor warm drinks by the fire- Hot cider with a cinnamon stick, cocoa, tea or whatever your favorite cold-weather drink is, enjoy it by a fireplace.   
  8. Jump in a big pile of leaves- You don’t have to be a kid to enjoy the sound of crunching leaves or the joy of jumping into a giant leaf pile. If you want to jump, go for it!  
  9. Go on an Autumn camping trip- Summer camping is great, but fall camping is even better if you ask me. Most bugs are gone, and the cooler weather makes hiking more pleasant.  
  10. Take a leaf sighting drive- If you live near an area with colorful fall foliage, plan a day trip to scope out the colors on a scenic drive. 

 

Click here for more fall traditions: 

 https://amotherfarfromhome.com/family-bonding-ideas-for-the-season/ 

 

 

 

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