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Fall foliage report for 3 Oct 2011 — 6 Comments

  1. Thanks Jeff! Your information is very useful! We are traveling from New York to Vermont this weekend to see the foliage! This is our first time seeing red leaves!!
    We are planning to look around at killington, peacham, an stowe area… well, still doing research to see where is the best place to see beautiful foliage!! Thank you again!

    • I’ll be posting an update today so stop back in and see what is up with the color…

  2. Jeff…I drove up 93 to the village of Franconia then out 117 through Sugar Hill and then north on 302 to Littleton before swinging back down 116 and back into Franconia. I thought the color on this drive was great! Sugar Hill was amazing and the hills in Littleton had great color! Also by Cannon Mountain and Echo Lake, there was some nice color! I was blessed with some sunshine and a break from the rain when I went out yesterday. Will post pics so you can see soon.

  3. Beautiful work Jeff. A lot of people are going to be thankful to you for providing these updates!

  4. Well Julie, It brings me great satisfaction that you are finding my missives to be of value, especially in this very difficult to predict year. I hope that I can still serve you while you are on the road and please stop in the forum and let folks know in there what kind of autumn color you are finding in the foliage reports.

  5. I’ve been following your informative and helpful site for the past year in anticipation of our big New England trip which transported us two days ago from 102 degree weather in AZ to wonderful weather (including the showers) and breathtaking scenery. Today, we traveled on the famous Kanc highway marveling at Sabbaday Falls, Albany Covered Bridge, and Lily pond-my favorite. Even with the drizzle, the afternoon cloud coverage brought out the amazing fall colors to help create fantastic photos. Thank you for all of your hard work and updates! We will stay posted as we have 2 more weeks in New England!

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