Anything to get out of the house and after long hot summer taking photo’s to see the beautiful leaves transform into vibrant colors brings brings joy to the soul. Starting in early September from the Northeast to Southeast, Midwest and the South the foliage is reported twice a week. There are foliage spotters visit them at www.foliagenetwork/spotters your invited to join.
You will need a place to stay if your please visit www.BedandBreakfastNetwork.com. The Northeast includes Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, as well as Connecticut, Vermont. This will be a fantastic year. Do not forget the Ozarks fall foliage is beautiful there tool. Bring more that you sweater for some days it will very chilly.
Almost a month away Fall Foliage will begin and this year I have been thinking I will go to Arkansas. I have never been there at all limiting myself to visiting New England for this spectacular event. Recently I met a group of very nice folks who highly recommended I make this trip and reserve my lodging more than a month in advance. I am told that the Department of Arkansas Parks and Tourism puts out a report on Thursdays when the colors start to change so that tourists can plan their weekends during peak times which only last 7 to 10 days. So from what I understand the colors start to change in September then peak season is from mid to late October and early November. Brilliant orange, red, and yellow even purple. These trees are the maple, oak, sumac, sassafras, and hickory. This should be interesting since I have never visited the Ozark Mountains. I had better do some research for lodging and pack some warm clothes. I know this is going to be a great adventure.