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16 Feb President’s Day 2017 Weekend Travel

President’s Day 2017 Weekend Travel

Presidents-day-2017-weekend-travel getaway available to book for the long weekend in our Maine Lakefront Cabin Rental on Moosehead Lake.

Last Minute Getaway Available

Escape this weekend and enjoy a good old fashioned winter. One that has not   not been seen in years. Live in the moment.

Snow covered winter wonderland

Moosehead Lake is the place for a awesome last minute getaway. Blizzard left 22+ inches of snow on top of a 3 ft base.  Breaking trail yesterday the snow was waist deep. Lots of powder to play in.

Snowmobile Maine Moosehead Lake

                 Snowy Weekend Escape 


2017 President’s Day Weekend Winter Escape

With such an amazing winter wonderland of epic beauty, we have opened up the Lakefront Cabin to Book for the President’s Day Weekend. A perfect snowy getaway for a lifetime of memories just. Only 25ft from Moosehead Lake off a private road yet just 6 miles to Greenville, ME. The ideal getaway for ice fishing, snowmobiling or simply a chance to appreciate the beauty of nature.

Lakefront Cabin Weekend Getaway

 Amazing Cabin Getaway $875

President’s Day 2017 Weekend Travel

  • Subject to the following:
  • Two guests, double occupancy, king bedroom – 3 nights
  • Check in Friday 17th, 2017 at 3pm – 4pm office closes
  • Check out Monday 20th, 2017 before 9am from the cabin
  • Lodging tax
    2017 Presidents Weekend Cabin Views

                      Inspiring  Cabin Views

Includes linens, towels, Dish TV, Wi-Fi with priceless views. Book the Lakefront Cabin  and improve your mental state of mind. There is only one Lakefront Cabin so you must call  207-695-0242 to claim your 2017 President’s Day getaway.  Contact Us

Maine News for President’s Day 2017 Weekend Travel Events:

  • Friday attend a Chili and Chowder Cook-off at the Snowmobile Club
  • Saturday – Enjoy your favorite snow activity. Get outdoors
  • Sunday – Famous Chocolate Festival Fundraiser Event – Tastes of Moosehead foodie travel event
  • Free Fishing President’s Day 2017 Weekend – Saturday and Sunday – No license
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08 Feb Snowy Winter Vacations News

Snowy Winter Vacations

Looking for snowy winter vacations? We got snow in Moosehead Lake Maine.  Winter vacations in Maine  are full of exciting things to do in the Moosehead Lake Region. Greenville, Maine and surrounding areas offer snowy getaways for families with kids, romantic getaways, snowmobiling, ice fishing, nordic skiing, Skiing at the Squaw Mountain, dog sledding and winter trekking.

Best Winter Vacations Free Snow Activities

Enjoy a snowy winter vacation cabin getaway on Moosehead Lake offering snow capped mountain views and sensational sunsets glimmering across the snow covered lake and through the trees. Did you know Greenville, Maine offers free activities for snow lovers wanting to get outdoors. For instance, go explore groomed trails, snowshoe, cross country skiing, go ice skating with free skates. Many families build snow forts out of snow banks or find a sledding hill. How about a romantic walk as the snow flakes fall gently from the sky.snowy fun snowboarding

Snowy Conditions

With a solid snow base in the woods over 3 feet and more in the mountains with 6 inches of powder on top. By far, Greenville, Maine, is one of the best places to travel for snow. A good old fashion winter in Maine started early this year and an active pattern ahead with more snow on the way. We stayed on the cold side of the storm and got another 4 inches of snow last night.

Snowy Winter Fun – Snowmobiling

snowy winter vacation sports

Snowmobiling– Ongoing grooming sections and logging operations have moved out on local area trails. This is the most snow in January we have seen in 17 years. Snowmobile rentals available in Greenville, lodging and snowmobile tour specials. Now, February is here all trails are in great condition for the season. Snowmobiling in the mountain ridges you just might get buried in the snow. Guide services for powder runs and scenic tours available daily offering specialty tours – Maine Guide Service – Maine Guide Special T Adventures

Skiing at Squaw Mountain

New cross country ski trek developed through the woods by donation through the woods. The mountain is a non profit group of volunteers from snow skiingGreenville and many business donations making improvements all the time. For instance, a new warming hut is now open, in addition, hopes of opening the upper Mountain is in the works. Donations of all kind are needed. Make this happen donate here –  Open the top mountain with your support.  ***Donations of $500 or more will include private transportation and first tracks on the Upper Penobscot for 2 people on the date of your choice***

Snowy Winter Events

Winter events Some clubs and organizations plan last minute winter travel activities or specials. Maine Travel updates are included for your winter snowy vacation pleasure. Winter is here; even more club activities from snowmobiling, to skiing, live music and ice sculptures will surely add fun to snowy winter vacations in Maine.

Friends of Squaw Mountain-   Sunday 2/5/17 – Mogul Mites for young ones – 2/10/17 4th Annual Friend Day – 2 for 1 tickets, 2/19/17 Ski Free – Maine Highlands Credit Union – 5 guests

Ice Racing – Start of the season for ice racing is this Saturday 2/11/2017 at noon! We will keep you posted🏳🏁 West Cove Ice Racing

Dog Sledding – Guide services for dog sled tours and basket rides are also available by locals specializing in dog sledding.

Great Snow VacationsSnowy Winter vacations

No winter blues at Moosehead.  Such an invigorating, rosy-cheek feeling  spending time outdoors in the winter amidst the fresh air. Enjoy the snow and gaze upon blue sky snow capped mountains. Whatever your pleasure, active, or low impact adventures. Undoubtedly, the Moosehead Lake Region of Maine has you covered for a snowy vacation getaway this winter.

Just give us a call and stay with us for a hassle free snowy winter vacations whatever your pleasure is. Great for all ages, warm and cozy with incredible scenery creating memories for a lifetime.

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16 Nov Autumn Fall Colors

Best Autumn Fall Colors

Autumn fall colors in New England dazzling leaf peepers and guests this autumn in Greenville, Maine and areas around the Moosehead Lake Region. Great foliage travel news for those touring New England looking for peak fall colors. Foliage season in 2016 showed off exceptional colors with vibrant fall peak colors and low to medium leaf loss thus showcasing beauty for leaf peepers after Columbus Day. Absolutely, one of the most beautiful display of foliage that we have seen in seventeen years. 

Vibrant Autumn Fall Colors

Yellow fall foliage

As a avid leaf spotter, and foliage reporter, 2016 must be remembered as a noteworthy year to have viewed vivid autumn fall colors. The trees in New England, Greenville, Maine area displayed vibrant fall colors. Certainly a great foliage destination without any doubt one not to be missed. The 2016 fall foliage season must be remembered as especially unique since colors where present late into fall.  For instance, there are a variety of fall colors on the leaves along with some leaves having multiple colors dappled, patchy and even blended stripes as if each leaf is being  painted by an artist. 

Get Inspired – Embrace New England Fall Colors

Such a colorful season enjoying the amazing display of autumn colors in a variety of fall foliage shades of reds, yellow and oranges. Each leaf notably worthy of a color name. Fall is an inspirational time of year; therefore, we named leaf colors seen and took many photographs.  Fantastic fall colors of 2016 seen this year and the bronze, gingers, and gold tones are now standing out. 

2016 Autumn Fall Colors List 

Foliage leaf peeping is fun particularly when you imagine a name for the autumn colors you see. For example, here is a list of New England fall colors in Greenville, Maine. 

Autumn Fall Colors – Get Outside

An inspiring time of year to observe foliage colors of nature.  With this in mind, sit under a beautiful tree, take a walk down a trail of scattered colors, or simply rake leaves admiring the scattered colors. Fall  is a colorful journey to experience.  It’s never to late to embrace the fall season, as these photos were taken from September to end of October. A perfect time to plan a sightseeing road trip to Maine. By all means, discover autumn fall colors in Moosehead Lake Region. 



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29 Sep See Fall Foliage in New England

See New England Fall Foliage

New England fall foliage season in 2016 will be diverse this year. Several New England states faced severe drought conditions and others simply periods of droughts.  The White Birches in some New England states have already turned brown and fallen off. A mention to New Hampshire referenced leaf peepers may be disappointed.  Drought conditions are affecting the trees throughout New England.

Fall Foliage 2016

                                It is time to visit New England – Fall Foliage Awaits

Where can I go see fall colors in New England

Visit Greenville, Maine to see 2016 fall colors in New England. Autumn has arrived in Northeast.  New England Maine foliage on the White Birches are showing off nice yellow autumn colors with more appearing everyday. Some Striped Maples with yellow tones are turning quickly and is a welcome sign of  overall current tree health. New England Fall Foliage

2016 Fall Foliage Report

Fall foliage on the crowns of trees started to turn a few weeks ago and spotty color is now surfacing. Sugar Maples showcasing shade of red for few weeks.  Early turning trees are showing off peak colors and other trees are just starting turn.  Several windy days and some rain last week, tested the foliage outlook for the 2016 season. Leaf loss was normal and I enjoyed watching leaves twirling down, diving and floating by.

Leaf Peeping Observations

Autumn leaf peeping observations are more rewarding every year. Many people love places to see fall foliage. Fall travel experts with a Recreational Guide on staff and the Maine Fall Girl report observations.  Moosehead Lake, Greenville Maine is a great place to see fall foliage. Autumn colors can be seen right now. Moosehead Lake Region just may be the best place to view fall foliage in New England in 2016.  Bright fall colors of fallen leaves and early morning light offers a perfect opportunity to photograph autumn colors. best fall colors

Fall Foliage Reports

Maine fall foliage reports are mapped into large zones which can vary. For sixteen years, we have been observing autumn colors. Our leaf spotters today reported foliage is now 25% to 40% in Greenville, Maine area with low leaf loss. Every week colors may change 15% or more within a mapped zone.  You can now see bright colors in turning trees and peak colors in others.

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Get the latest Cozy Moose News from our travel blog . Stay tuned for next fall foliage report or follow us @cozymoosecabins see New England Fall Foliage

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07 Sep Seaplane Fly In

Seaplane Fly In

The Seaplane Fly In is an annual event the first weekend after Labor Day in Greenville, Maine. It is the largest event in the Moosehead Lake Region attracting pilots, spectators, New England crafters, and food vendors.  The 2016 Seaplane Fly In will be celebrating 43 years for this event.  We have attended sixteen Seaplane Fly In Maine events here in Greenville, Maine. A few must do and see things that we look forward to every year. We have no affiliation to anyone mentioned here. Only desire is to give Greenville, Maine visitor’s to the Seaplane Fly In 2016 a local insider’s fly in travel tips. New this year is a 5K run-walk that starts at 8am on 9/10/16.

seaplane fly in

Seaplane Fly in

Seaplane Fly In Best Food Stops

Our first stop is typically to find Jan’s Mini Donuts. Get coffee and donuts here at the vendor cart typically set up near the airplane hanger. Then I like to go look for Jan’s Heavenly Pickles. She makes the best Dilly Beans.  Her pickles are great too. Next it is off to look for Sawyer’s Maple Syrup. Great rubs and the Maple Syrup products are reasonably priced. Then go look for Worcester’s Wild Blueberry Products. They make fresh blueberry pies. Buy a whole pie.  There are many other food vendors selling fudge, baked goods and food carts.

Seaplane Fly in Specialty Foods

Maine foodie delights


Seaplane Fly In Favorite Craft Stops

I visit this crafter first to get the best selection. Sweaters by Beth Made in Maine. I have many and love them all. Next look at jewelry. There are some very nice pieces from precious Maine stones. Love the Maine watermelon tourmaline.  After jewelry, it is off to appreciate the pottery, photographers, painters, and woodworking. Soaps and lotions a must. My favorite is Old Tyme Soap Shop Premium Lotion- Lemon grass scented lotion is great for keeping bugs at bay. Then it is off to check out the Wood Carver, Joe Bolf, just past the Town Office on Midden Street.

Seaplane Fly In – Things to Do in Greenville, Maine

Watch the planes flying by. Organized fly overs downtown Greenville are always great to watch. A demonstration by the IF&W Forestry shows how they use a helicopter and bucket scoop to get water from the Lake to put out forest fires.  Check outThoreau Park and enjoy the flowers and gardens. Just across from the Dairy Bar.  Also take the scenic drive up to the airport.

Seaplane Fly In Events

Seaplane Fly In Events

Seaplane Fly In Transportation Services and Mini Tours

There are several places for free shuttle services.  There are no rental car companies in Greenville. Some local watering holes at night offer dedicated drivers. Shuttle services will be running back and forth to the airport for pilots who fly in during the day.

Private Mini Tours during the Fly In includes complimentary transportation to the airport and downtown Greenville for up to 4 or 5 guests. Seaplane Tour information on vendor locations and insider tips plus more.  Seaplane Fly In – Mini Tour prices start at $25 for 1 or 2 people – each additional person $10.00.  Tour Duration approximately 15 to 30 minutes and can be extended. Call Special T Adventures at 207-280-0407 for availability and scheduling for tour pick up.

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24 Jun Vacation Packing Travel Tips

Maine Vacation Packing Travel Tips

Packing for your vacation to Maine?  Start off  by making a Maine vacation travel planning list on what to bring. Families and small groups typically plan for the usual things bring. I like planning for my vacations. Being prepared ahead of time. Others, prefer to travel light. Either way, you can pick up anything you need for your vacation resort town of Greenville, MaineSunset Cabin Lakefront

What to Pack for Your Vacation

Here is a quick vacation packing overview for you. Plan to shop and pack beforehand.  You will have things on hand and less shopping to do when you get here. Check rental amenities offered so you have an idea what to pack.

Summer Vacation Time – Always bring beach towels or recreational towels. We provide bath towels, some places charge extra for them.  Caution not to stain with bleach products. Knowing this beforehand is important. To keep towels fresh during your stay. Let them dry in the sun. Ask about linens. We provide linens and bedding.

Plan Ahead – Bring bug spray, a hat, bandanas, a light long sleeve, and light pants. Lemon balm lotion seems to deter bugs. Unscented sun screen is always better. Note: Stand downwind. Use bug spray in open area away from vehicles, buildings and decks. Sprays leave stains on surfaces and vehicles. It is best to shower at night before bed with un-scented soaps. No perfumes – Bug’s love it. Bedding stays fresh. It deters bugs the next day.

Shoes – Have good sturdy pair of walking or hiking shoes with hard rubber on the toe. A pull strap on the back with good tread is important. Great outdoor shoes at stores in town.  Bring river shoes to protect your feet.

Clothing –  Plan to bring a warm fleece and have a layer with waterproof shell. Be prepared for all weather. When vacation packing, you should dress in layers. Indian Hill Trading Post offers Clothing and Hiking Footwear

Pack Equipment – Don’t forget binoculars and camera. Bring a GPS. There a many geocaches along area hikes. Let your rental agent know what recreational equipment such as boats, bikes, canoes, kayaks and or a trailer you may bring. We reserve space for you ahead of time.

Save money on your vacation in Maine

Maine Travel planning.  Save time and money. Families will benefit from having products on hand to use. Buy bulk paper products at Discount Store – Septic safe TP, Paper Plates, Paper Towels, Napkins, and plastic cups. There is no glass at waterfront, please bring bottled water.

Look for our next blog post on Maine travel blog. Featuring eating on your vacation. Learn about our favorite foodie finds along the way. Get ready for your road trip to Maine.

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19 Feb Maine Cultural Tourism

Maine Cultural Tourism

Maine cultural tourism in Moosehead Lake Region. Experience Maine culture, history and heritage of  times gone by yet still celebrated and not forgotten. Attractions, festivals, and events are planned throughout the season to celebrate times of the past and present.

Throughout all seasons there are various historical Maine tours available promoting Moosehead Lake Region unique heritage. A great way to connect to natural resources, lifestyle and history that shaped Moosehead Lake and the surrounding area.

Maine Tourism

Historical attractions aand preservation of popular culture still remains. Take a Maine sightseeing cultural tour. Venture in the woods to a historic sight. Learn about local culture, and Mooseheead Lake attractions. Attend annual events and visit the historical places.  Check out our Moosehead Lake event Calendar for cultural events.

Vacation travel focused on historical and culture sightseeing focuses on narrative storytelling of times gone by from the our Professional Maine Guide. We are always learning something new. Guides and outposts are an important part of Maine Heritage. It is so much fun exploring unknown territories. Nostalgic memories are a healthy way to escape the fast pace of life today.

Cultural History

Train Depot at The Greenville Junction

Maine Culture

Vacation guests can experience and identify with history of past. It is a way to gain a greater appreciation of life for heritage, culture, arts, and ethnic history of Moosehead.

Connect with our  lifestyle, foods, travel and learn about the way of life at Moosehead. We share the celebration of life throughout the seasons of Maine. Culture not forgotten, passed on by generations. Take in the history and culture of North Woods of Maine.

Guided Cultural Tours

Cultural heritage in Maine is best experienced with an professional local. Authentic cultural tour experience is offered by our Maine Guide. Embark on historical culture based tour. Tour length is approximately 3 hours and appropriate for all ages.
Have fun exploring, make new discoveries, and learn about Maine traditions that endure today.

Cultural Tourism - Historic Bridge

Visit Lowe’s Historical Covered Bridge

A list of unique Maine historical places to visit and things to do are listed below. Discover history and heritage on your own .Learn local culture at your pace.

Maine Cultural Tourism

Resources of Historical Sights in Maine:

  • Forestry Fire Tour
  • Train Station Depot
  • B52 Bomber Crash Site
  • Maine Maple Syrup Open House
  • Mt Kineo – Historical Site
  • Katahdin Iron Works
  • Lowe’s Covered Bridge
  • Moosehead Marine Museum – June – Sept
  • Steamship Cruises on the Katahdin (The Kate) – 100 Years Old
  • Seaplane Museum
  • Center for Moosehead History
  • The Appalachian Trail
  • Moosehead Historical Society Tours – June – Sept
  • Artists – The Gallery – Beyond the Bend – Wood Carving Demonstrations


Annual Moosehead Lake Maine Cultural Tourism

Events & Cultural Festivals

  • B52 Memorial Snowmobile Ride
  • MooseMainea
  • Forest Heritage Days – Tours and Logging Competition
  • Thoreau Wabanaki Indian Festival
  • Seaplane Fly In
  • Local Craft Fairs
  • Save the Train Depot Festival- Train History and Railways

We attend, endorse and visit all the historical sights. Cultural tourism is now part of us as. We learn to live and love the land in Maine. Making Maine culture and history part of our life in the Moosehead Lake Region.

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13 Jan Maine Snowfall Report

Maine Snow Report

Snowfall – How much snow did Maine get?  Looking for current snow reports? Sign up for the Cozy Moose Team blog posts. Get the latest news and updates. Winter storm reports and snowfall totals for Winter 2016.

An Alberta Clipper crossed over the state Tuesday afternoon into Wednesday.  A fresh blanket of powdery snow covers the state of Maine. We took a photo this morning an posted to @cozymoosecabins Instagram account.  The question, just how much snow was on the picnic table in that photo?

measurable snow

14 inches of snow – Measurable Snow

Greenville Maine Snowfall Report

Well, we waited for the storm to wind down to measure. The sun finally came out at noon. Needing to measure with a yardstick as the ruler got lost.

The official measurement of snow on the picnic table. A whopping 14 inches of snow fell in Moosehead at The Cozy Moose


The measurement is from the same table posted on Instagram earlier this morning. Looks like we got a few more inches of snow since then. Check out the photo tagged #snow.

Fresh fallen snow

January Snow

Time to finish moving snow and pack the trails.
Oh yeah, did I forget to mention go play in the snow? We will be ready for another weekend storm. The active weather pattern continues. Thanks for dancing.

Head to Moosehead Lake for a winter vacation if you looking for snow. Enjoy some snowmobiling or skiing. Great winter weather conditions forecasted through next week   Weekend guests welcome. Come on up and enjoy the snow – It is  a winter wonderland in Greenville, Maine. 

Maine Snowfall Reports

Please feel free to share. We will be posting our reports here through out the winter for 2016. Answering questions like where’s the snow and what are the current snow conditions? Snowmobile trail conditions will be reported as well based on personal experience and vacation guest photos posted.


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07 Oct Fall Report

Fall Colors Foliage Report

red foliage

Bright reds came on after the rain.

Maine fall colors have come on strong this last week. Rain rejuvenated the tree health. Then a few dry days, sunshine and a light frost was just what we needed to update our foliage report to moderate colors. The reds became brighter, and we are saying “Hello Yellows”. The striped maples are beautiful.

Fall Foliage Report for This Week

October 2015 – 10/7 – Moderate autumn colors – 35-55% range with leaf loss varying depending upon the trees running at overall about 15 – 3o%. Along with the rains came some wind. A delightful time to take a walk while the colors are vibrant.

fall foliage

Beautiful fall reds found near water

Scenic Fall Drives

– Always a winner is an off the beaten path where it looks like your driving through a tunnel of fall colors.  Covered bridges, mountain side colors, and rambling brooks and streams dappled with colors.  All just minutes away from Greenville, Maine in the Moosehead Lake Region.  Check out scenic fall travel Rt 201 N to Rt 16E to Abbot, which intersects with Rt15 and head North and other fall pages on this site. Everyone loves the beautiful nature views.

Foliage reports will  be updated here on our blog or feel free to contact us directly.  Our prediction is that it we have another 2 weeks of fall foliage viewing. This is later than last several years. Many visitors to New England are driving to Maine chase the beauty of the season. Oh yeah and to see moose too!

Until next time, take care and enjoy the sunshine. Today is going into the 60’s. There is a beautiful yellow stripped maple with a chair under it is calling my name.

Fall Report Resources :

Maine Fall Drives  – Yankeefoilage – Feature Moosehead Drive

Fall Report and Photos Leaf Spotter for Jeff Foliage Folger



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27 Sep Autumn Foliage Report

Awesome Autumn Foliage Report

Fall leaf peeper’s and photographers wait on autumn foliage reports. Seeking out the beauty of fall. Guest from all over love autumn in Maine. It is a colorful season that brings on foliage changes from mid September to mid October.  Get the latest fall foliage information by following us.

autumn foliage turning

                                               Watch autumn foliage turning during your stay

New England is famous for its fall color. With only 4 days left in September and fall colors about 15% leaf peeping season is just starting. Autumn foliage reports will be posted in our blog section so be sure to check back for foliage updates for 2015.

As of today, color is scattered. Overall foliage appears to be in 15% range with early leaf loss from the white birches and some maples. I have seen color changes up to 20 % in one week. Things are looking good for switch to colors coming on fast within the next few weeks. Just in the past week, the some reds have already turned to darker maroon foliage.

fall canopy of color in Maine

                                         Escape to tranquility – Imagine sitting under a canopy of color! 

Greenville Maine was just recently named as one of the best places to see foliage by Trip Advisor. Foliage tours are available by steamship, and private tours into the surrounding mountains show case mountain side colors with scenic overlooks. Moosehead Lake is a special place of unspoiled beauty where even Maine residents from all over the state come to vacation in Greenville.

Into the mountains fall tours

In the mountains – Fall tours available – Journey into the mountains of Moosehead Lake area

This year the state of Maine did not experience a typical New England Maine summer. Maine weather varied greatly with some areas seeing record rainfall to some areas seeing very little. Autumn foliage this fall will vary based on where you travel.

Northern Maine had a very dry summer. as of 4 days ago guests stated there is no color in the area. When driving to Greenville, they started seeing fall colors. We had periods of rain and days of sunshine.

We are seeing the Birch trees with higher then usually leaf loss. They always drop leaves first. Will have to see if the yellows come on. Once the color starts, we see changes up to 20% each week.

Robin in the Fall

Watch migrating birds in the fall

Enjoy every moment. Listen leaves rustling about and crickets. Watch for migration of birds, Take a walk on a covered woods trail dappled with foliage gems. Early fall leaf peepers are rewarded with vibrant colors and warmer days.

fall in the woods

Enjoy a sunny autumn day 

 Autumn colors may not be widespread, but the reward of coming across patches of fall foliage is a treasured momentHere are a few photos taken during the last few days.

Stay tuned for autumn fall foliage reports and photos from the fall girl. Gotta go enjoy the day it is 60 degrees, sunny and the crickets are chirping.

Fall Resources:

In the mountains tour by Special T Adventures Fall Landscapes – photo credit Trevor Davis


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