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Overlapping seasons were in evidence on the afternoon of November 6 in Oakwood Cemetery, as a bright maple tree held on to its leaves while snow covered the grass. — Photo by Dave Ender1 / 4
A few acorns still remain on the trees in the Anderson Center sculpture garden on a November afternoon. — Photo by Dave Ender2 / 4
Did you know... During World War II, contractor War Hemp Industries enlisted American schoolchildren to scour the September landscape for ripe milkweed pods, paying kids 15 cents to fill an onion bag with pods. Each open-mesh bag held about a bushel, or 600 to 800 pods. Two bags provided enough floss for one life vest. More than 1.5 billion pods were collected to make 1.2 million life vests.. — Photo by Pauline Gulickson.3 / 4
The big sailboats have all been hauled out of the Marina in Lake City, and are in storage for the winter.  There were just a couple power boats sharing the slips with a family of ducks on the morning of October 30. — Photo by Dave Ender 4 / 4

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