Fake Fall: For Southerners, It’s The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

  1. […] in Nashville, we celebrate live well with a little bit of what we call “Fake Fall.” Fake Fall is a time where we acknowledge that it’s going to become cooler, even though it’s […]

  2. […] Speaking of the south, you might discount that portion of the nation when it comes to changing leaves, but that would be a mistake. Georgia is home to a spectacular waterfall in the Amicalola Falls State Park, which also happens to have maple and oak trees that change color in the fall. That gives you a wonderful backdrop for cementing your memories in a photograph. […]

  3. […] In our first year in Tennessee, we didn’t really notice there was a “fools fall” in Tennessee. […]

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