The high test colors of Jack Frost when he hits his stride, Maine fall foliage is at a peak in Aroostook County.
This year instead of premature missing leaves blown off trees, or heavy rains that usually combine. To make them detach early, the crowns of Maine hardwood trees are loaded. Like the NBC Peacock to sample in living color. But better than the real thing.
Greater abundance of leaves per tree and brilliant colors.
More plentiful arrangments of the shades of fall, Maine harvest time.
Do you ride through Maine this time of year to sample the colors?
If a new, never done it option is what you seek, try it. Consider the need for a little vacation.
The fall habit of fall foliage leaf peaker countryside tours.
By bus, by car, by bike or hike. This is not your typical year in Maine for the fall color experience.
Fresh air, cleaner water, less people and more wildlife. The state of Maine is all spiffed up, decked out and pretty darn colorful.
Sneak a peak, get to Maine to see the handiwork of the cooler nights, warm days of fall days.
And take home the bounty of the harvest from area Maine farmstands. Hit a county agriculatural fair.
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