Just because it’s the last weekend of October, doesn’t mean we have to forget about the foliage. We mapped out a route around the Merrimack Valley Region where fall is still hanging on for a bit longer. Come on and follow along! https://youtu.be/nubCdmg1yps What better way to start the day than with a trip to Canterbury Shaker Village. Even in the morning fog it’s such a beautiful spot! This national historic landmark is dedicated to preserving the heritage of the Canterbury Shakers. Explore the grounds, which includes 25 restored original Shaker buildings, 4 reconstructed Shaker buildings, and 700 acres of forests, gardens and nature trails. If you time it right you might just get a glimpse of their resident cat. Finished up at Shaker Village just in time for a mid-morning coffee. My go to place for my morning brew is Revelstoke on Main Street in Concord. [...]
We hear from performer Jamie Kaler, who you may recognize from his role in the TBS sitcom My Boys, appearances in bigtime shows like Friends and Will & Grace, or as a face you’ve seen around his hometown of Hooksett, New Hampshire. […]
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
Wow! What can I say about the leaf transformation over the past several days? I think "unbe-leaf-able" pretty much sums it up! (I've been waiting all week to use that one). Seriously though, I had an amazing time seeking out the season's best foliage -- and from my view the colors are striking, stunning, and nothing short of SPECTACULAR! See my Great North Woods region trip.
Hello Friends! 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! Along North Pembroke Road, Pembroke See more early fall colors