It’s getting close to fall foliage season in Vermont. With all the rain we had this summer, I have to wonder how that will affect the fall colors this year. As most of us already know, backyard gardens didn’t do all that well. With the county fairs in progress and a couple of them already come and gone, the mornings are becoming much cooler. It won’t be long before the leaves start turning and fall foliage abounds throughout northern Vermont. Fall foliage season starts first in the hills of Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom. It’s also a great time of year for craft shows and harvest festivals.
With gas prices declining a bit, visitors to Vermont should have a more affordable view of the fall colors. Shelburne Museum has already reverted back to earlier closing times on Thursday nights. During the summer, the museum would stay open until around 7:30pm on Thursday evenings. Yes, the nip of autumn is already in the air and it won’t be long before we find out if Vermont fall foliage season 2008 is boom or bust. Keep your fingers crossed!
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