The leaves have already started turning color and soon fall will be here in full force. If I could change things up, summer would last another month and so would fall. Winter, of course, would be shortened by at least a month, and spring... well, spring just means mud season in New Hampshire, so I'd like to replace spring with pre-summer. But until that miracle happens, I thought I'd share a site filled with budget-friendly places to visit in New England. And what better time to do that than in the fall.
All joking aside, we're very fortunate to enjoy all of the seasons in all their glory. We can travel from the country to the city, and from the mountains to the ocean all in one day. The food here is fabulous, there are cultural experiences to be had around every corner, and the scenery is just beautiful, especially in the fall. But don't take my word for it, as Visiting New England shares, ..."here are 50 fun, affordable New England fall travel ideas that can be done on a tank of gas, starting from Boston..."
And don't forget some of my favorites...
Apple picking in Harvard, MA.
Hike Mount Monadnock (it's close by) and so much more in Peterborough, NH.
Martha's Vineyard is much less crowded during this time of year.