1. Kick up some leaves.
2.Collect chestnuts, acorns or pine cones.
3. Visit a deer park to see the males rutting (and look for Rudolph!).
4. Make jams, chutneys, or other preserves.
5. Pick sloes for making sloe gin.
6. Spot a squirrel burying nuts for winter (bonus points for red squirrels).
7. Carve a pumpkin.
8. ...Then bake the pumpkin seeds for a healthy snack.
9. Leave cat food in the garden for hedgehogs or build a hedgehog house.
10. Make a steaming mug of mulled wine, spiced cider, or hot chocolate.
11. Buy a soft and snuggly new sweater.
12. Light a bonfire or visit a bar with a roaring log fire.
13. Get your winter pajamas out of the closet.
14. Crank up the heating.
15. Make a hearty stew.
16. Visit your nearest coastline for a blustery beach walk.
17. Light sparklers with the grandchildren.
18. Go apple picking — and then bob for them or make toffee apples.
19. Swap your light summer bedding for a thick, fluffy duvet or a pile of quilts.
20. …And then pop on some soft bed socks and hop in!
21. Change your make-up for autumn.
22. Visit a fall festival.
23. Light a lovely scented candle.
24.Treat yourself to a new book and wrap yourself up in a cozy blanket.
25. Go for a walk in the woods and take photos of the changing leaf colors.
26. Have hot buttered toast or scones for tea.
27. Dig out your wellies and go for a splash in some puddles — you’re never too old!
28. Try some new cold-weather recipes.
29. Bake an autumn pudding, such as apple crumble or pie.
30. Plant up your garden for autumn color.
31. Wrap up warm and go star-gazing in the garden.
32. Turn on your electric blanket and get toasty.
33. Donate some hearty food to a church appeal or your local food bank.
34. Make a warming soup.
35. See an autumn wildlife spectacles.
36. Spend a rainy Sunday watching classic black and white films.
37. Hunt for mushrooms and pretty toadstools to photograph.
38. Build a bug hotel.
39. Visit your nearest wildlife reserve to spot migrant birds.
40. Roast up root vegetables such as carrots, parsnips, and good old spuds.
41. Toast marshmallows over a fire.
42. Make porridge for breakfast and top it with cinnamon.
43. Use that "back to school" feeling to inspire you to start a new craft or hobby.
How many have you completed? And what's on your fall bucket list?
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