There are several great ways to see the beautiful changing fall leaves. You can take a scenic hike, ride on a historic train through the mountains, find a great backroad to cruise the Adirondack Mountains, or maybe try railbiking.
Yes, it means the end of summer but it's one of the best reasons to live in the Northeast. Now there's a map to predict when you can expect leaves to hit their peak and when it's ready to get ready for colder weather.
I know we are in the middle of summer, but my favorite season, by far, is the fall. That is one of the main reasons I love living here in the Northeast. Now there is a beautiful and unique way to see all that the season has to offer.
My 4-year-old asked if we could make a leaf pile for him to jump in, and just as I was about to say, "Sure!" thinking it would be a lot of fun for him, and maybe me too, my wife said, "No you can't. He could get ticks."
Tis the season to be moody...Fall! It's beautiful and everything, but think about it. Why are these leaves so pretty? Because they are dying and falling all over the place! Kind of ironic, isn't it? We're supposed to be admiring them right now, and I'm cursing them! So I wrote a little song to vent my frustrations. Hope it helps you too!
There's an old saying that the best camera to have is the one you have on you at the time. And since my good camera was scammed on Ebay (yea, I'm not bitter), all I had with me was my compact camera and my cellphone. But with these fall colors and today's technology, you can still look like a photographic genius!
It didn't really feel like fall until the first day of October.The weather seemed to immediately change. Last week, it was 80 degrees and muggy. This week, we're waking up to 40 degree days, with a some wind. So this brought to mind some things to do as we really move into the autumn season.