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Discussion in 'Hobby/Travel Forum' started by SaggyWoman, Oct 1, 2005.
Where will you look at fall foliage this year?
My husband and I always go to the North GA mountains--Dahlonega, Helen, or Ellijay. It's sooo beautiful! Wish I could go to Boston. I've never been. Maybe when we retire....
On whichever route I take from SC to PA in November...don't know what that will be yet. Don't know if it will be too late for foliage....
What part of SC?
If you are in the NW area, or close, Rt 11 would be a good one. Strictly foothills, but a beautiful drive regardless of time of year.
Not going to make good travel time, but hey, what's the hurry when so much beautiful country awaits?
I'm near Augusta, GA
I'd love to get away to the Blue Ridge Parkway, but in case I don't I have a wonderful view out my front window. I live in the countryl
My wife and I will drive up tomorrow to Sonkyo. This is a gorgeous area about an hour away from us on our island of Hokkaido. The leaves should be at their peak beauty, and there are two fabulous waterfalls.
Of course, then, within a month we will have our "first snow," heralded by the little white-winged "snow bugs." Then comes our winter, with the six feet of snow in our yard--but we won't talk about that yet!
I'm here in North Texas. What's foliage? What's fall?
You are right. In Texas, you lose your foliage in June. It all turns brown.
But contrary to popular belief, we have four seasons in Texas:
Early summer, summer, late summer, and winter.
We are having a beautiful fall that has turned back into summer, but cooler weather is on the way. Our foliage tour has been around our town. The leaves have been beautiful this year.
In my front and back yards.
I thought we just called them Hot and Tornado...
In my front and back yards. </font>[/QUOTE]You are indeed pitiful. I hope you have pretty trees.
I live in a condo. What's a tree?
In your case, it would be a shrub.
Actually, we have a fair amount of trees in my complex, but some people don't consider palm trees to be "real" trees
Interestingly, the So Cal basin was originally a savannah with few trees. There are more trees here due to population than there were before the area was settled some 225 years ago. (120 years ago for my area)
Took a trip to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Awesome beauty!!
I can see them on my computer and the tv.
In my yard, across the street in the hills surrounding us. Yes we have some pretty trees. Eastern Redbud (gold leaves), Dogwood (scarlet leaves) Oak (tan leaves) Maple (orange leaves) and we will have at least ten huge garbage bags to show for it.