Kicking off this first feature, from a whole week (stay tuned!) of autumn-inspired posts (brought to you by the letter "W"!) we'd be remiss if we didn't launch out of the gate directly into the changing leaves of the New England deciduous forest. Because let's be honest - there's nothing quite like it.
Oscar always adores a good stroll through the woods, but the transformation that takes place this time of year - the one that warms even the chilliest air with the glow of cadmium orange and schoolbus yellow, and that fills your nostrils with the sweet, earthy scent of decaying vegetation - it's a scene that makes us both honest to goodness okay with the passing of summer. You know the feeling, and you can't help but love it. We'll take "Wandering Woods Walks" FTW.