New England Foliage

This past October, we took a weekend camping trip to the woods.  Nothing is greater and more beautiful than the peak of fall foliage in New England. First stop, Green Mountains in Vermont.
 

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Our first camp spot happened to be the historic site of a famous WHIG party speaker – Daniel Webster.  We weren’t exactly sure if we were able to camp there, but it was a big open spot with lots of space.

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After coffee and breakfast we drove out of the woods to fill up on gas, then returned to the southern tract to explore some more.

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As darkness began to fall, we quickly had to decide on a second spot, so we could still have some sunlight left to make dinner.  The dead and fallen wood around were damp but we were still able to make a fire for the night.

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The next morning arrived with rain. We ate breakfast in the back seat of the trunk, and packed up to move on to New Hampshire.

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The last day we were able to visit Portsmouth.  A coastal town very close to Maine.  We stopped for a beer and lunch before heading back home to Philly.

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