NATIONAL FALL FOLIAGE WEEK
It’s that time again here in the United States when the temps start dropping and the landscape starts changing its looks. This is the most favorite time of the year for some people.
The observance of National Fall Foliage Week was created by Jim Bailey, The Yankee Chef. Observed annually, it begins the last Sunday of September.
Jim says, “The sole premise behind this observation is to get families together and enjoy nature as it transforms into a beautiful blanket of color on the ground and clouds of bright, shimmering leaves in the air. It’s Just That Simple!”
Jim, the pink coat wearing chef, may or may not be a long lost cousin as we’re still digging thru our ancestors. His book, An Amazing Journey is a valued piece of writing that I own a copy of!
For your fall viewing enjoyment, Trip Savvy has a state by state guide to fall colors showing dominant colors, peak times, and foliage hotlines.
The Weather Channel has fall foliage maps that show the peak times and latest reports for the United States.
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