when we woke up today. That's the fourth morning in the past week with overnight temps in the low- to mid-40s.
The geese are moving in Vs overhead, and starting to trend southward. Seagulls have disappeared in the last two weeks, and that usually happens about six weeks before the first spell of winter weather.
Leaves on the northern birch are suddenly yellow-green, with edges decidedly yellow, and a few have fallen already.
So as the first light rains of today's low-pressure front moves across town, we've finished our shopping, and are settling in for a rainy afternoon. There's always Netflix, of course.
Meanwhile, we're discussing what we'll do when we spend that long weekend in Homer at the end of the month. Could be a bit of sitting on the bluff over Kachemak Bay and watching the waves roll in. Either way, we intend to soak up as much "chill time" as possible.
Come to think of it, it could be a lot of that. :)