1. Catch a falling leaf before it hits the ground and make a wish.
  2. Daylight savings time gives us an extra hour on November 3rd. Use that hour to watch the sunrise.
  3. Try three new types of apples. Bonus: pick-it-yourself! (Find an orchard at PickYourOwn.org.)
  4. Find the biggest rock that you can (mountains count) and climb to the top of it. Share a picture of your view with Outdoorosity.
  5. Classic idea: Invite friends over to roast marshmallows and tell stories around a bonfire.
  6. Take five photos that capture the meaning of fall to you. Display them in your home or share them with us!
  7. Add some activity to your Thanksgiving by participating in a Turkey Trot. Locate the nearest Turkey Trot using Running In The USA’s directory. Another option is to go freestyle and take a family jog.
  8. Go geocaching.  Look for local groups.
  9. Season your dinner with fresh herbs. Bonus: grow them in your garden!
  10. Classic idea: Jump into a leaf pile.
  11. Bird-watch for an hour.
  12. Try mountain biking as the weather cools off.
  13. Commit to walking outside to take three deep breaths whenever you feel stressed. You’ll feel better.
  14. Find a friend or family member with a guitar or a good singing voice and have an evening jam session outdoors.
  15. Try some of fall’s more unique produce options: cranberries, butternut squash, lemongrass, persimmons and parsnips.
  16. Go horseback riding. If you want to relax a little more, try a carriage ride instead.
  17. Spend a whole day without electronics: yes, this includes phones, alarms, email, etc.
  18. Enjoy the crisp fall air at a local festival.
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