State Foliage Report for September 24th

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lirwin13
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Post: # 9536Post lirwin13
Sat Sep 26, 2009 7:30 am

Wow - thanks for posting the pics! I love the brilliant reds and oranges that stand out! Can't wait to see it in person next week!


From_the_NEK
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Post: # 9537Post From_the_NEK
Sat Sep 26, 2009 7:56 am

ixl wrote:NEK, think things still look okay for next weekend?

Of course the color is never constant so if one area is past another area should look good...
Since we are just coming into peak, next weekend should still be excellent. Last year peak lasted for almost 3 weeks due to light winds.

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Post: # 9539Post ixl
Sat Sep 26, 2009 9:28 am

Good point. :) Thanks...

Hopefully things will be decent in the eastern townships too.
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faxmachineanthem
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Post: # 9543Post faxmachineanthem
Sat Sep 26, 2009 1:08 pm

NEK and others,
Is peak typically later in the St Johnsbury/Concord area? It's a little south and seems fairly low in elevation (when I look at the maps) compared to most of the NEK. I'll be up there next Saturday (10/3) and while I know I can always explore southward, I'd really like to see the NEK at peak. :?:


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