I realize it was only yesterday but I wanted to keep those of you who are looking for more new England fall foliage to view.
Lisa and I drove up in to New Hampshire but I got diverted from Franconia Notch which was my intended destination and we got off on Route 11 and then Route 4. The colors were incredible and I realized that it had been 11 years since we had been on Route 4 towards Enfield.
We stopped at the Danbury NH general store topping off coffee and maple cookies and other local made items. If you get to this area of route 4 look for the height of land road. It is an awesome drive up and over the hills and brings you back on Route 4 between Canaan and Enfield.
I won’t say there isn’t leave drop but if you take in the whole scene it’s wonderful. We continued up into Vermont’s Woodstock and explored Pomfret and the surrounding hillsides. This is quite the farmtastic area. (yes I just made that up)
Today the 17th we’re heading over Route 2 (The Mohawk Trail) to Erving to gauge the fall colors and stop at the Freight House Antiques. We love to stop in and mull over all the wonderful things they have found there.. I can’t describe it, you have to stop and visit it…
Lots more pictures on Monday and I hope you have a great weekend peeping the leaves!
General reports from the New England foliage Facebook page!
New Hampshire reporting Good
- Beaver Pond, North Woodstock, NH.
- New England Scene in Stark, New Hampshire
- Ragged Mountain Ski Resort in New Hampshire.
- Bretton woods along route 302 (reporting also leaf drop)
- More areas than I can put her but the lakes region south is also great!
From Stowe south through to Massachusetts (EVERYTHING) 🙂
Maine is reporting peak most everywhere except for Acadia and Boothbay but that could change by today.
Reports of fab color along the highways and western farmlands (I’ll see what I see today)
CT and RI
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