South Central Report for October 10-13

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bvahjen
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South Central Report for October 10-13

Post: # 7816Post bvahjen
Mon Oct 13, 2008 7:25 pm

Wow that was a fast season! Arrived on Thursday and the Brattleboro area was approaching peak. Went on to Stratton and Bromley and the peaks were all blown off and brown, but the middle levels were awesome. Played golf on Stratton on Sunday and the sugar maples were on fire at sunset. The guy at the Stratton golf course said the peak was last Tuesday. They define peak as when the reds on the sugar males begin to go over to orange. Snow next week for the higher elevations. Many thanks to PWT, CT and all who make this forum so lively. It really helps make the season longer sharing it with those who love leaves!


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Post: # 7820Post ctyanky
Mon Oct 13, 2008 7:50 pm

hi bvahjen: you can join our Leaf Drop Group and we can carry the forum on through winter! :lol:

Glad you had great color for your golf games. I am rereading your post and am not certain what you mean by sugar males? :wink:

bvahjen
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Joined: Fri Sep 29, 2006 12:01 am
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Post: # 7852Post bvahjen
Wed Oct 15, 2008 8:22 am

Would be happy to join the leaf drop recovery group. Sorry about the typo, should be sugar maples. Can't see the screen at home. Its hell getting old!


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