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  1. I have heard a lot about autumn in New England. Of course, it was like that back in “the Old Country” also – you should just see the big London parks at this time of year. It makes me feel nostalgic for my childhood, when we used to go out to collect the “conkers” which fell from the horse chestnut trees in the Avenue in Regent’s Park (alas, they were all chopped down a few years after I made aliyah, because of Dutch Elm Disease).
    I kind of miss it – there is no real autumn to speak of here in Israel – just a “season of transit” with wildly fluctuating temperatures, but no gentle decline of summer into winter.

    • I don’t think that anything is gentle in Israel, especially the weather. No, especially anything! Here we have the beautiful foliage to prepare us for the wicked winter, with the promise of spring afterwards. But I guess my feeling is enjoy what you have.
      Thanks for commenting!

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