Though I’d visited every other state in New England, I hadn’t been to Vermont before last February. That trip is covered in this post. But since that visit, I’ve been eagerly anticipating returning to see Vermont in something other than a white blanket of snow. Originally, I intended to visit sometime during the spring, but unfortunately other obligations took precedence. With autumn beginning, I had a couple of days free in my schedule. I checked the foliage maps and they looked promising, so I returned to the Woodstock area in search of farms and color.
Sadly, the multiple New England Foliage maps I consulted were either overly optimistic, or just plain wrong, as I was mostly presented with a green (but no less beautiful) landscape. I did manage to find a few pockets of color which I tried to use as best I could in my images. On this trip, in addition to the most popular spots such as Jenne Farm and Sleepy Hollow Farm, I managed to find Moss Glen Falls in Granville, and several covered bridges. It was a quick but fun trip. Now I’m just trying to see if I can get back before the leaves fall to the ground completely!