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3 locations for beautiful fall color reflections — 4 Comments

  1. Jeff,
    I’m new to your blog, having signed up just days ago. What really compelled me to sign up was after I noticed your foliage shot of Coffin Pond. Actually, the trees beyond the pond and the Gale River, up to the ridge, are likely pictures of my property.
    A few years ago we bought several acres in Sugar Hill that were subdivided from a large parcel. We will be retiring there soon (cant wait) and it was a special treat to us that you took the shot from the same dirt drive-in off of Route 18 that we park and gaze at on many autumn evenings. I look forward to your future updates and photos for this year.
    Please post some photos of the Sandwich Range (Osceola) from the turnoff just beyond the hairpin going east on the Kanc!
    Skip Redfield

    • Well skip, I’m happy to have provided a moment for you. I didn’t go very far up the river but followed the road a little ways then turned around. I loved the little “mini” islands in the pond, leading, I think to the river… Maybe not, it has been a while since I was there. As far as the Sandwich range and Mount Osceola, I shot this video from the first dirt turn out which is not a real turn-out but many folks, like me, stop there. Its just east of the hairpin turn and I prefer this spot to stop at versus the north “official” turn-outs further along but they are safer…

  2. I enjoy reading your articles! I open and read them as soon as they arrive to my inbox!

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