Here’s a fun fact: 83 percent of New Hampshire is covered with trees. We’re talking thousands and thousands, make that millions and millions of trees. While not all of them change color in the fall….a whole lot of them do, which is great because I LOVE leaves! Red, orange, yellow, crimson, coral, peach even green! Doesn’t matter the color, I collect them all and I’m going out on a limb here to tell you one of my favorite fall activities is leaf-peeping!
New Hampshire enjoys an outstanding reputation for beautiful foliage. My mission this fall is to seek out the best seasonal sights from Pittsburg to Plaistow, West Rye to Walpole and everywhere in between, and share them with you!
Be sure to catch up with me on Instagram and Facebook @LeafItToKris where I’ll be sharing stunning scenery and a whole lot of autumn activities.
So stay tuned!
Oh – PS! I almost forgot, I thought it would be cool to follow the foliage of some of my favorite trees in my neighborhood. I walk by these just about everyday with my four-legged friend Chipper. I’ll be sure to keep you posted on the progress. Here’s what they look like this morning….