They don't call it Marshfield for nothing! This is a more wet area and I can see why this is vibrant and glowing right now! When I got past Plainfield on my way home it turned green and somewhat dull again.
I would go this weekend to Marshfield on route 2. I didn't get up to Danville so not sure what is happening there. What a "bright" spot in this week's travels for sure!
More on the Peacham Fall Festival (fabulous) and Mack Mountain Road later! Gotta get ready for the inn dinner on the porch to watch the moonrise once again.
Delicious autumn! My very soul is wedded to it, and if I were a bird I would fly about the earth seeking the successive autumns. ~George Eliot
Do you think this area will look as good next weekend (12-15)?
Color is exploding all over. True it isn't ridiculously good like last year but, IMHO, it has tipped the scale toward average here in the Lyndonville area. Everything that was still green is turning at the same time. This weekend and into next week should be peak around here. Come and get it!
From this morning from Lyndonville:
Tree on the Hill by Tim_NEK, on Flickr
Barn Peaking Out by Tim_NEK, on Flickr
Haying is Done by Tim_NEK, on Flickr
P.S. I wish I had time to do the Robert Frost Interpretive Trail again, it's awesome! His poems are scattered about the trail and it is so peaceful there. I highly recommend it not just for the beauty of the trail but if you enjoy Robert Frost you will find this place full of solitude! Just a reminder, there is a short dirt road off the Midd Gap to Robert Frost's Cabin and I think is Frost Road. I've been 3 or 4 times and it is beautiful each visit. Homer Noble Farm is just below his cabin.....
As I headed down from Ripton Village it became green again. Oh well! I'm probably going back up tomorrow to see how the ridge behind Breadloaf is shaping up!
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