Blog :: 09-2014

Fall Foliage

IMG_1773IMG_1771You always know it is coming but still it always seems to sneak up on you. Foliage this year looks like it is going to be spectacular. Here are links to Maine's Foliage Report and one for New Hampshire's White Mountains. And I hope to post some pictures as the colors continue to turn.

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  1. C. E. Robinson on

    I sure do miss fall in Maine! I lived in Lovell as a kid back in the 1940s. Writing about it on my blog site. It's creative non-fiction written like a fiction book. Happily Ever After the working title. Intro, and three chapters posted. Blog Site - Before Sundown remember what made you smile http://cerobinsonauthor.com
    • Nona on

      I feel saiefsitd after reading that one.

      The Annual Fall Migration

      It happens every year, as the calendar pages flip towards the end of September. For the past week or two, the numbers have grown and often the diverse group travels in large packs. Moving south along Route 5 you will find streams of campers, French Fry trucks, Smokey Carnival trucks and a variety of other vendors. Where are they heading? To the Fryeburg Fair, of course!

      More than 300,000 people visit the Fryeburg Fair each year. Covering about 180 acres, the Fair has something for everyone. Great animal barns, farm history, exhibition halls, carnival rides, horse racing, musical performances and food. Did I mention food?

      This year's Blue Ribbon Classic opens Sunday, September 28th and runs through Sunday, October 5th. Grounds open at 9 am every morning.

      See you there!