10 Ways To Get In The Fall Spirit
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10 Ways To Get In The Fall Spirit

The leaves are beginning to change and fall, embrace it.

10 Ways To Get In The Fall Spirit

There's just something so magical about seeing the leaves change color and feeling the blazing sun transition to a crisp cool breeze. Fall brings forth a festive, warm nature that has a little bit of something for everyone. Whether you like to venture out or stay in this time of year has so much to offer.

For those of you having a little bit of trouble getting into the spirit, here are ten things that can the ball rolling!

1. Wine Tasting


Hit your favorite winery and enjoy some of your seasonal favorites.

2. Renaissance Faire


Journey back in time at your local Renaissance Faire. Enjoy a turkey leg and catch a show!

3. Haunted Attractions


If you're brave enough, find a haunted hayride or attraction.

4. Festivals


Attend a local fall festival.

5. Movie Marathon


Snuggle up with some popcorn and have yourself a movie marathon consisting of your fall favorites.

6. Pumpkin Picking


Find your perfect pumpkin to paint or crave!

7. Camp Fire


Sit by the fire and listen to the sounds of the season or roast up some delicious marshmellows.

8. Bake Fall Treats


Make your favorite fall treats to satisfy that seasonal craving.

9. Visit Salem


Visit an area that is home to some of the spookiest history of all time.

10. Pumpkin Spice


Embrace your "basic" tendencies and enjoy all the pumpkin spice you can get your hands on.

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