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March Fall foliage update — 16 Comments

  1. I LOVE fall in Maine and would visit every year if my family would allow. Being from Florida, I rarely get to experience the wonders and beauty of fall. Thank you for sharing your beautiful work. I’m headed to plan my trip for this year

  2. 1st thank you for all your fantastic articles, including this one! My husband & i are planning a fall foliage trip this oct. 1st so i have been following your articals & advice. There are so many amazing places you have mentioned that I’m finding it hard to narrow down the best routes & destinations! I definitely want to see gray farm at sleepy hollow & as many covered bridges as possible in our 9 day trip! I keep sharing your posts for others to enjoy & for me to read again and again. On another note, I hope I win your amazing calendar!! If I would, my email address is ?@aol.com 😉
    Mimi robbins

    • Hi Mimi, when you created the comment you put your email in there and I can see it that way. I don’t know if spammers would be trolling my comments for email addresses but not to take any chances, I took yours out.
      I will be having another comment to win contest during the 2nd week in May with the winner announced during the 3rd week. I will make these posts dedicated to the contest and less about the fall colors… 🙂
      As far as narrowing it down, you can pick a date and then use that to pick a location… Here is an article that explains what I mean by this. https://www.jeff-foliage.com/2012/07/three-simple-rules-to-plan-your-fall-foliage-vacation/
      Also under the foliage articles on the menu you will see in the pull down “covered bridges”. If you choose that you will get pages of articles that I’ve written about New England covered Bridges. With a location and date picked then you can start picking nearby attractions… Easy, Peasy… or something like that…

  3. I love your predictions on fall foliage and places to visit but I do hope we don’t have a warmer summer and later foliage than normal. I am already planning my fall trips and saving each of your reports for reference.

  4. Great to see your Fall Foliage blog back again for the upcoming season! I have been loving your foliage drive routes and tips, and have saved them all for inspiration for our next trip east.

  5. Oh, Jeff, I hope they’re wrong about a warm summer. I’m heatophobic in a big way. But I do love the photo of the hanging tire surrounded by foliage. That conjures up crispy New England autumn days!

  6. Howdy Jeff, been reading your blog for a few months now, can’t wait to see what you have to say come the fall time. Thanks

    • Me too… it’s always different and sometimes I’m close and then last year it was warmer than expected and it was later than I thought possible. 🙂

  7. You have such great information. I love seeing your pictures and hearing about your trips. I’m hoping I will have a future trip to check more things out. Thanks for all you do to keep us inspired.

  8. I will be keeping an eye on your forecast in order to plan our annual tour of New England!!! We usually hit all the sites (covered bridges, waterfalls, cemeteries, farms, barns and of course stop for cider tastings!!!). There is nothing better than Fall in New England and October in Salem (although Salem is beautiful year round as well) !!!!

  9. Wait, I’m still laughing over your November confidence! Just reserved a rental in Jackson NH for a week in October, always anxious for Autumn, you can’t beat that season of spicy aroma, colorful scenes and endless photographic opportunities!

  10. Comment on the Grey Farm photo: Autumnal New England, where a rural downhill is always uplifting!

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