You can't tell it by the temperature here but you can from looking at the trees and shrubs. Reds, yellows, are starting. I heard the katydids and it should frost here about mid Sept., if they hold true to the old wives tale. Soon all the fresh, local veggies and fruits will be gone. Just had strawberries tonight. Gonna have corn on the cob, fried taters, pinto beans, italian sweet meatballs, garlic bread and fresh pink tomatoes tomorrow evening for dinner. Some of y'all are lucky enough to live in states that have fresh fruit and veggies practically year round and then there's people like me who like to savor the last fresh meal of the summer until next year. What would be even better would be to be camping and cooking this dinner and enjoying it with the wonderful sounds of nature. The hoot owls, whipporwills and tree frogs are some of my favorite sounds in the mountains. The whipporwills moved out years ago, due to the progress of man where I live now. Used to you could hear them when I was a child, but now only in the mountains here. Thanks for letting me ramble. Take care.