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Leaf peeping in the Berkshires

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Stream flowing out of Riga Lake

We headed out the Masspike this past weekend, hoping to avoid the leaf peepers of Vermont and New Hampshire, and indeed, the traffic was surprisingly light this past weekend. So light that we just kept going, much farther west than we originally planned. We ended up all the way in the Great Barrington area, crossed into Connecticut and got some great views. Continue reading

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Finding Fantastic Foliage

Sculpture Park, Franklin, MA

Sculpture Park, Franklin, MA

When the woods begin¬†filling with color, it’s as though I’ve forgotten this ever happened before. Some¬†view fall as the harbinger of winter, but for me, it is the long-promised relief from the heat of summer. Continue reading

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A Closer Look at Fall in New England

Fall foliage is all about… the leaves, of course. But it’s not just maple trees. Plants such as poison ivy also contribute to the show.

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Poison Ivy

And even when leaves are changing colors, they are all on their own schedule. Continue reading

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