The Idaho Botanical Garden hosted a Fall Harvest Festival over the weekend . . .
With music and pumpkin painting, libations and food trucks, vendors and scarecrows, there was a little something for everyone . . .
Some enjoyed craft beer or wine from local breweries and wineries; some chased children and otherwise attempted to corral their party; some perused wares; some took pictures of plain old water spouts and flowers past their prime. . .
Okay, so I was probably the only one whom partook of that last bit . . .
More than once I looked up to catch a pitiful glance, as if to say, “Poor love. She’s no clue those flowers are done for . . .”
To which, more than likely, I returned the pitiful glance, as if to say, “Poor love. You’ve no idea the fabulous sights you’re passing right over . . . “
I mean, really—fireworks . . .
So while you may have had to miss out on the Fall Harvest Festival, you don’t have to miss out on all the fun. The next time you’re out for a stroll, simply take a closer look.The change of seasons, from winter-to-spring or summer-to-fall, are the best times to catch sight of nature’s unsung beauty . . .