No Man’s Land; No Man Knows

And still, the no man’s land between summer and autumn.

The green foliage hangs heavy, but the odd leaf is beginning to turn.

What’s a guy to do, when travelling to watch a local non-league team?

The sun is still there, but sinking, diluted.

Is it too warm for a coat, or too cold for a jumper?

Just bring on winter and we’ll all know where we stand.

7 thoughts on “No Man’s Land; No Man Knows

  1. We’ve just spent a week away in the Nene Valley. We packed only long sleeve tops. It has been absolutely gorgeous, and very hot and sunny. We’re British though, we value unseasonal weather. What else would be talk about? (Don’t you dare!)

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  2. We’re in no mans land here too right now. Somedays are warm and some colder. It’s rain more often now. That’s good for nature bur wet for humans when you get outside.

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