Plunging into leaf piles, playing after-school football, and harvesting pumpkins, these cover scenes embrace the joys of autumn.
Go long! After school lets out, the corner of Sixth Street transforms into a homegrown gridiron. Luckily, an overthrow is an easy feat for the receiver in plaid.
She rakes, he dives. Plunging into leaves is the epitome of fall—even the dog seems to agree.
Successful day? These boys seem to think so, though Mom might not be impressed with their new pet.
With crop season in full swing, the pressure’s on for scarecrows to keep those pesky birds at bay. This one, however, seems to have lost touch with its purpose.
Nestling in plain sight might not be the best place for this tom to hide when Thanksgiving is around the corner. Here’s hoping the farmer and his son have other plans for that axe.
“Wait for me!” Best way to ruin a romantic autumn walk? Let your little brother tag along.
People live to gossip, especially when love is in the air. If you have even the tiniest bit of doubt over your new fall fling, we recommend not holding hands in public.
Fellas, take note. The odds of getting the girl greatly increase on an intimate horseback ride during the peak of fall. A dream date for sure …
… unless she’s afraid of horses. Definitely come up with another plan if her knee-jerk reaction is to hide behind you.
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