This past Saturday, my friend Jordyn and I road-tripped to the village of Skaneateles, New York for their annual fall festival. The small town was decorated with corn stalks, mums, and pumpkins. Golden laves were falling perfectly, the air was very cool, and children made scarecrows next to the lake. We walked up and down the main street, stopping in all of the adorable little shops. After the admiring the beautiful fall atmosphere, we stopped for lunch at a cozy restaurant right on the lake. Our feast consisted of butternut squash bisque, baked brie, and a lobster salad for me. As we left, we drove through neighborhoods of gorgeous Victorian and Colonial homes, each front porch clad with pumpkins and hydrangeas. It was the highlight of my weekend, and I cannot wait to visit the little town again.