Our second week of #FallOutside2016 has zoomed by and already it’s mid-November. I can hardly believe it! We managed to get outside every day this past week but we’re still adjusting to the recent time change. Several times we had to end our adventuring early because the sun had set and it was getting rather dark. As we ventured outside this week we noticed fewer and fewer leaves on the trees. The landscape is slowly changing to those muted tones of grey, brown and yellow that are commonly seen here in the late fall. There are still many wondrous and beautiful things to see; we just have to slow down a little and look more closely. This week we discovered several blooming roses in one of our favourite gardens, found impressively large leaves in a neighbour’s yard and created a rainbow with the colours of nature. My children enjoyed testing out their new boots in water and mud as we explored new trails close to home. The pictures in this post are a collection of pictures from our second week of #FallOutside2016.