Wednesday, September 13, 2017
We're now into mid-September and scattered along the ground are signs of the upcoming season. In the next two weeks autumn will arrive and with it leaf-peeping season.
If you've never traveled north of Windham during the fall, you don't know what you're missing. Plan to spend a day on the road enjoying one of New Hampshire's delights--fall foliage. Pick up one of these now and map out your trip so that when the leaves are at their best, you can jump in the car and go:
Baskin, Kara. Fodor's New England. [917.4 BAS]
Green, Stewart M. Scenic Driving New Hampshire: Exploring the State's Most Spectacular Byways and Back Roads. [917.42 GRE 2016]
New England (a DK Eyewitness top 10 travel guide). [917.4 NEW]
Tougias, Mike. Autumn Rambles: New England: An Explorer's Guide to the Best Fall Colors. [917.4 TOU]
Yankee Magazine. [MAG YAN]
And for the latest in fall foliage reports, check out Visit NH.
"Autumn Tints in the White Mountains, New Hampshire, United States" by Marianne North (1871).
Posted by Diane Mayr at 9:00 AM