….and so World Book Day is drawing to a close and this reader has been dipping in and out of Dorling Kindersley’s Eye Witness Travel Book on New England. So my idea is to visit in the fall and take in the foliage, do a bit of leaf peeping as they say but also to see some of those beautiful clapper board coastal towns.
As it will be past mid October before I can travel research tells me that leaf peeping will be best most likely in South Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island so my route at the moment looks something like this ……..
- Boston Logan Airport
- Mowhawk Trail
- Great Barrington
- Housatonics State Park
- Cape Cod and back to Boston Logan over 9 days
………..what do I need to add? Or take away?
I appreciate that fall might be earlier or later so when in Great Barrington if fall hasn’t arrived we will expect to drive north to leaf peep. What places do I need to add or take away? Any ideas greatly received please.