Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Watching the Colors Change

Just as the temperature starts to cool and the snow gear starts to come out, one of nature's most beautiful changes happen, the leaves change their color. I love to watch the colors change and some of the best places to see that around the states is the New England region. One of the best ways to do that is by driving.
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Foresters, an expert in forestry, have reported that Vermont has started to show all of the colors. In the northern Champlain Valley the trees have been shining their colors for a while and is almost at the peak. More colors are going to continue changing in the Southern Valley as the week goes on.
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If you were thinking about driving through the forest north to south then here are some routes to see the reds, yellows, and oranges. Route 242 from Montgomery to Jay, Route 302 through Orange, Groton, and Ryegate, Route 9 from Brattleboro to Bennington, Route 11 through Chester, Andover and Londonderry. Those are just some of the roads that will allow you to see all of the beautiful colors of fall.

Have you ever done a scenic drive through of a forest or just driven to look at the trees?

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