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Autumn Foliage Tour 2019 : Vermont

Changde Wu    2019-10-21


The Autumn bas been warmer for 2019 Autumn season, and the foliage is perfect all over the New England. Our family visited the Northern-Central part of Vermont over the Columbus Day Sunday. The day was perfect, and the tourists were everywhere. As usual, we took the I-89 north from NH to Vermont, spent most of the time between Waterbury and Stowe. This is the route in the New England area our family enjoy most since the red foliage is best in the area, and there several other things we also like on the road, such as coffees and cookies at the Green Mountain Coffee in Waterbury, the fresh ice cream at Ben & Jerry's factory, and finally dinner and beers at Trapp beerhall.


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P1 Fall Colors along the Road Side
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P2 Reddish Hills
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P3
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P4
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P5
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P6 The Reddish hill behind the Waterbury Flea Market
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P7 Layers of Reddish Hills with the Mt. Mansfield in the far front
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P8 The Red colored mountain slopes across the Mt. Mansfield on the eastern side of RT. 100
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P10
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P12 Viewing Mt. Mansfield near Thompson park, Stowe VT
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P13 Very popular area during Autumn to watch foliage, an open space between Thompson park and Mansfield Gondola Lifting Station
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P14 Same location as P13, viewing the eastern side of the Rt. 108
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P15 Dusk of the mountains near Mansfield Gondola Lifting Station
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P16 The red foliage on the both sides of Mansfield Gondola

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