Autumn in New England is like no other place in America. The leaves turn to an amazing vibrant yellow and orange. This was my first time experiencing the fall in this area and it's what fall is supposed to be. Cold, crisp air along with pumpkin and apple stands on the side of the road.
With each turn, the leaves seemed to get brighter and brighter. It was so beautiful. We toured through Vermont, then on the Kancamagus highway through New Hampshire.
We stopped at a local farm to see the pumpkins, overlooked many scenic views, watched the leaves fall and even witnessed some wild turkeys running in a field.
This is what fall looks like, or at least what I always saw in magazines. I didn't see much of this growing up in Southern California. Everything pretty much stays the same there.
This was a sight I won't soon forget.
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