We went for a drive on Sunday afternoon and noticed many of the new homes have a front porch. One particular subdivision featured mainly heritage style homes...all with front porches. This porched community is known as Garrison Crossing...and was a military training camp a few short years ago. It features vintage homes, large mature trees,back lanes and garages...and gives the feeling of stepping back in time...a place where visitors are always welcome. So I made myself at home with my camera!
I thought I would take a few pic's of porches that were all decked out for fall...but soon realized, that we're not really big into decorating out here! I found a few that reflected the spirit of the season...and I'll share those with you.
My own front porch, looks rather bare as well...like my neighbours, I don't do much decorating for fall.
I tossed most of my garden mums...and will soon be bringing in the wicker furniture. Where did porch season go?
I spent yesterday working outside...enjoying the fall sunshine and getting the garden ready for winter. The day was done before I was...but there's always tomorrow!
I'm sure this house had a front porch as well...but it was the silo that caught my attention. It looks quite lovely with the green vines of summer...but so much more striking on a sunny fall day.