Meryl Baer of Six Decades and Counting reports a New England fall offers a feast for the eyes, assuming one is lucky enough to catch the crimsons and golds at the right time. She and her husband traveled north to grandsit and were able to view the brilliance of fall. Once past the creeping traffic and grays around New York City, colors stunned them as the terrain morphed from suburban flatlands to a countryside of rolling hills and mountains. Once at their destination, they enjoyed the opportunity to get in the spirit of the season, buying pumpkins, wandering a corn maze, and visiting Spookeyville.
Another boomer blogger finds Halloween is taken quite seriously in his new community with skeletons all over the place and other Halloween decorations, too.
Other boomer bloggers are probably getting their candy ready, too, but they’re writing about the history of psychoactive chemicals in humans and animals, a report on the California wildfires, the importance of blood pressure monitoring to prevent strokes, and cleaning the drugs out your medicine cabinet regularly to prevent others from stealing your drugs.