NATIONAL FALL FOLIAGE WEEK 2017
National Fall Foliage Week is observed every year beginning on the last Sunday of September in the United States.
Some say the coming of fall and the changes in the weather brings a different smell to the air as if a cleansing has begun.
Do you enjoy this time of the year? Do you enjoy it being a bit nippy but not too cold? Do you enjoy seeing the colors of fall as the leaves change?
Many enjoy taking a walk through the woods, hiking, or a drive in the country to observe the colorful changes of the foliage.
Great places to observe such are in the National and State Parks.
You can view the fall foliage maps at the Weather Channel that show the peak times and latest reports for the U.S.
At Trip Savvy there is a guide to fall colors showing dominant colors, peak times, and foliage hotlines state by state.
Where is your favorite place to see fall foliage?