A Minnesota Autumn

The Wandering Dolphin crew has been busy adjusting back to Minnesota temperatures. But we’ve been having fun in the process of welcoming autumn.

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Teddy love bounding through the leaves!

Since the location of our motorhome was unlikely to receive trick-or-treaters, we stopped by my parents’ house for an evening of Halloween fun.

Hocus Pocus, pumpkin carving, Halloween decorations, and delicious food — it was a great way to spend the night. And the chilly weather was perfect! I compared it to what we would’ve been in if we’d stayed in California, and I must say that our Minnesota Halloween felt a lot more like Halloween than last year’s California one!

I even got to celebrate at work. With festive foods and a pumpkin decorating contest, we had a fun day.

The dogs seem to be enjoying the cooler weather, as well. Active during the day and snuggles in the RV at night — everyone is cozy as the weather continues to cool down.

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And we are taking time to enjoy any sunrise or sunset we can see! As the days grow shorter, these moments of beauty bring us joy.

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The breathtaking beauty of a Minnesota sunset

We went up north over last weekend, and I am very excited to share some photos from our trip! Stay tuned…

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  1. Nice piece in the St. Paul Sunday paper. I started reading it, and it had a familiar ring to it! 😀. I lived six years in the Monterey Bay Area, so I really have enjoyed getting your emails. Wishing you all the best!

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