Yesterday was a Saturday of a particular kind- clean, crisp Fall air, clear blue sky, colorful foliage, and a day without other obligations.
So we hit the road to do some leaf-peeping.
But first, ya gotta eat, right? So we went to the best Fall breakfast place around-- Parker's Maple Barn. If you're anywhere around NH, northeastern Mass, or even southwestern Maine this time of year, head over to Parker's for a Fall feast of kingly quality and proportions. Food so good and in such abundance it almosts makes you cry. It's so typically New England, all woodsy and homey and fun. And hit the gift shop for fun food items and trinkets, and books by local authors.
After you're fortified, hit the winding roads for sightseeing. We did Peterborough, NH, who had a bit of a do for the season, with craft tents, entertainers, and specials all day. Quaint little town with nice shops and a lot of down-home style. A lovely little river runs through it, making for some lovely photos. I'd love to show you some, but the software isn't co-operating.
Just a nice time of enjoying what New England has to offer this time of year. Ah, Fall.