Today is the autumnal equinox, also called the September equinox. On this day, fall begins in the Northern Hemisphere. Fall is marked by autumn leaves, where leaves change color due to the amount of daylight and photosynthesis. In many regions of the Northern Hemisphere, the landscape silently explodes with vibrant colors of red, yellow, and orange. The leaves begin to drop off the trees, providing endless hours of jumping into leaf piles for kids and raking them back up for parents.
Another definition of fall is nights of below-freezing temperatures combined with days of temperatures below 70 degrees Fahrenheit. From here on out, the temperatures begin to drop. Nights begin to get longer, and all the woodland creatures start storing up for the long haul of winter. Fall brings wonderful holidays including Halloween and Thanksgiving.
There are many wonderful outdoor adventures to be had during fall: hiking, mountain biking, apple picking, leaf peeping, hayrides, and football tailgating, just to name a few. Be sure to take a Jacob Bromwell legendary flask along on your adventures. The Great American Flask is the flask that started it all. It features a birch wood stopper and holds 9 fluid ounces. Often copied, but never duplicated, this is a Jacob Bromwell original since 1819!
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