Winter is sort of a non-item on the Central Coast. Our idea of winter involves putting away our shorts for a few days, maybe putting on sweaters or sweatshirts in the mornings and late afternoons. Still, we're pleased to see the foliage take leave of the sycamore trees in the nearby greenbelt, and, if we can beat the gardener to it, making good use of them.
Today, after horseback riding, the girls brought home a friend. The three of them quickly found their way into the greenbelt where some neighborhood boys had built a leaf pile earlier in the day.
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