I fell in love with the Equinox Resort when the bellman offered to take our dog, MeiMei, to our room while I parked the car.
Entries Tagged as 'Fall'
September 7th, 2011 · Comments Off on Equinox Resort, Manchester, VT: A Relaxing Getaway for Parents, Kids and Dogs. · Destinations
October 20th, 2010 · Comments Off on The Most Photographed Farm in the World?! · Destinations, Photos
In central-eastern Vermont, a farm is nestled near a creek and surrounded by green pastures and colorful forests. The winding packed dirt road approaching the barn hugs the trees which in autumn showcase everything the spectacular New England pallet promises.
October 5th, 2010 · Comments Off on Tuesday Travel Website of the Week: Yankee Magazine Foliage Maps · Destinations, Travel Website
One of the best resources for life and travel in New England, Yankee Magazine, is also my favorite resource for planning New England Leaf-Peeping adventures.
October 4th, 2010 · Comments Off on 7 Reasons You Know It’s Fall in New England · Destinations, Experience
7. Squirrels. Everywhere I look squirrels are scurrying in a pre-winter frenzy. These nut-drunk rodents display pretty bizarre and stupid behavior…
February 26th, 2010 · Comments Off on New England Seasons: Winter · Destinations, Photos
It has been so long since I have lived in a place with snowfall that I notice the shape of the snowflakes and how it sticks to otherwise bare trees. I laugh at the squirrel tracks in the snow crossing rooftops and circling trees.
What I notice most is how similar it looks to other seasons; the color pallet has just changed. In October I updated you on the bold colors of the New England autumn attracting Leaf Peepers from around the world. Here are some of those same views in the middle of a winter storm.
Click to see the how the scene changes from fall to winter.