The last day of the year in which the old women can warm up in the sun, called Indian summer. Folklorist and philologists explain that Indian summer is not concerned with elderly women, and with Bob, folk called a sizable spiders crusaders, autumn meadows knits billowing cobwebs. The Indian summer period is called the East Slavs, Lithuanians, Germans (Altweibersommer). In North America it is usually called Indian summer (Indian summer). Pyrenees, Italy and France, Bulgaria and Serbia – Gypsy Summer, Czech Republic – cobwebs summer. Latvians to keep the old beautiful word “Atvasara” – returned the summer.