Over the past few weeks I have noticed a big increase in the amount of spa chemicals being sold. I think most people use their spas all yearlong, but I know from personal experience that the number of times I use my spa each week definitely goes up as the temperatures start to go down. Recently I had a day off and I worked out in the yard getting the grass cut, leaves picked up, and dead flowers and plants removed from the beds. It was a cold and overcast day, and despite the physical activity, I just felt cold all day long.I could never really warm up. Shortly after diner I had enough of feeling cold and out to the spa I went. Problem solved not to mention that the sore arms,back and knees from working outside all day received some much-needed relief. So,while I would encourage spa owners to use their spas all year, I so get it that fall is probably the very best time to enjoy a spa, and that explains the increased traffic in the spa chemical and accessory area.