Fall in New England is one of my favorite times of the year. While visiting my sister, on a Sunday morning, the sun was shining on the fall leaves. I decided to get the camera out and have a little journey.
It’s was a little cold but the sun was shining so bright that you seemed not to feel the brisk air. Fall is here and the leaves have arrived like a full box of crayola crayons. The season is short to me, about 3 to 4 weeks of fall leaves around you and then they begin raking the leaves that have fallen.
I love the pumpkins coming out and that smell of wood burning is in the air. This time of year when I’m in New England, all I want to eat is pancakes with real maple syrup. You ask, “where is the best place to eat pancakes?” I would have to say the Modern Dinner.
As long as I can remember, this place is packed every weekend and you know why, because breakfast is out of this world. Then after having a big breakfast we usually go to the Christmas Tree Shop to walk it off. Usually the holidays decoration are out and it gets you in the holiday spirit.
My Favorite Hotels
I would definitely drive to New England instead of flight just because the ride is so beautiful. The other thing that I always do for the drive is bring gallons of water and pre-made sandwich in a cooler in the back. That way I also buy food at the grocery store and have healthy fruit to eat during the day on our drives in the country. I prefer to stay in the city for dining in the evening. They have great restaurants you can walk to if the weather is not to cold.
Things I bring for My Road Trip
- Cooler to pack food
- Extra Sweaters to leave in the car
- Blanket to sit outside
- camera equipment
- Winter hat & gloves, it can get cold in the woods
- Map in case the GPS on the phone stops working
I have had a few people ask if they could purchase photos so here is the link: Fall New England