Prime Time: Stretching summer keeps winter at bay
The maple trees in the yard have transformed into brilliant, flaming spectacles and the poplar are dropping their gold leaves to cushion the woodland paths. The oak trees have already unleashed a hailstorm of acorns, plopping off the deck, crunching underfoot. Now their oxblood leaves catch the afternoon sun.
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