Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Rural Destinations for Fall Foliage at Songbird

Songbird Prairie has some beautiful vistas for fall foliage. The rustling grasses and the russet-tone hydrangeas catch the fall dew and sparkle in the sunlight. Stroll down the path to the meadow ripe with fall berries which the birds nab as one of their last suppers. During these golden days, you may site a monarch butterfly as the last of the sunflowers, goldenrod, ironweed, asters, Joe Pye weed and black-eyed Susans wane in splendor. Songbird Prairie is close to Taltree Arboretum and the Prairie Duneland trails, not to mention the Dunes National Lakeshore. You may hike or bike these trails to see the splendor in the grasses! As you are reminded that fall has sneaked up on us again. Don't be caught with the frost on the pumpkin before you get out and walk in Nature. It is truly invigorating. Book your two nights now for October and receive an American Historic Inns book as our gift. Rooms must be booked by September 3, 2010. 877.766.4273
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