Did you know Hopkinton was once the state capital of New Hampshire? Yes, indeed! (Albeit a few years ago, now). That’s not the only cool thing I learned while exploring the towns of Hopkinton and nearby Warner. Take a look for and see for yourself! Learn More
In case you missed my recent news, I’m excited to share with you, that as the leaves fall from the trees, and New Hampshire transitions from fall to winter, the Leaf it to Kris blogs and videos will make a transition too. My adventures around the Granite State will continue with Live Free with Kris. I had so much fun traveling around New Hampshire sharing the seasonal sights, and the reality is New Hampshire has some pretty amazing scenery year round! Not to mention the state is packed with outdoor adventures, cool culinary offerings, a whole lot of history, awesome artisans — and I could go on and on! My mission is to share these things with you. So, as they say, out with the old and in with the new. Read on about Live Free with Kris
Fall is one of my favorite times of the year so it’s always hard for me to see the leaves falling from the trees. But we are indeed putting the wraps on another foliage season in New Hampshire. And what a season it was! What a treat it was for me to see the transformation of the season each week as we traveled from region to region to capture the breathtakingly beautiful scenery. I must give props to Mother Nature though – she sure did put on one amazing show!!
This video blog highlights the sights and sounds we found in our travels around the Granite State this fall. Hope you enjoyed it as much as we did! Check out my favorite photos
Though I might be just a bit biased, I would have to say the fall colors this year in New Hampshire were (in a word or three), awesome, amazing, and astounding! It truly was a lot of fun sharing the seasonal sights with you.
This week’s video takes a look at some of the bloopers that happened along the way. Hope you enjoy and have a laugh or two along with me! 🙂
If you’re anything like me, you may have collected a few leaves in your travels this fall. Next week we’ll share a video that highlights a couple of DIY projects that will help you enjoy your leaves a little longer! Stay tuned!
Just when you think the foliage show can’t get any brighter and BOOM, it does! I have been hearing reports of how awesome the foliage has been around New Hampshire’s Lakes Region. So, I had to go check it out for myself. There is still an abundance of color to be seen in this region with beautiful corals, peaches, yellows and reds dotting the trees. And there is just something magical about seeing these autumn hues reflecting in the crystal clear waters below.
This video blog highlights the scenery and some great stops to make as you work your way around the Big Lake! I hope you enjoy the sights as much as I did.
I wanted to start this week with a big THANK YOU to Mother Nature for turning the temp down just a bit and delivering a crisp fall feel to the Granite State. Seems like the cool nights and warm days are just the push the leaves needed to start making the transformation into all those amazing colors we love so much!
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!