It’s autumn in the USA right now and it’s one of my favorite seasons. I actually like something about every season and most of all I like living in places where I can experience the changes that each season brings. I grew up in New Jersey and now live in Chicago where I’ve gotten to enjoy the flowers of spring, the hot days of running through the sprinkler in summer, the crisp fall nights with the smell of wood-burning fireplaces in the air, and the gorgeous white-blanketed tree limbs after a winter’s day of new-fallen snow.
Last year I went on a road trip up to beautiful New England, visiting Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Maine. It’s an area of the United States full of charming colonial towns nestled in wooded valleys where simple white church steeples poke out of an array of golden yellow and blazing red maples in the fall. America is beautiful and this is one of the most charming and visually stunning areas to check out.
The Kancamagus Scenic Byway
White Mountains, New Hampshire, USA