Fall Fun: Take a Fall Foliage Tour

Copyright 20012 by R.A. Robbins
Copyright 20012 by R.A. Robbins

If you live where there is beautiful fall foliage be sure to get out and look at it. Whether a drive through your own neighborhood, an older part of town with large trees, a park, through hills or mountains, or just down a country road a fall leaf tour is a fun and relaxing activity.

Take your time. This is not something to be rushed through. Pack a lunch and make a day of it. Take the kids along and help them identify the types of trees by the leaves. You may even want to collect a few leaves for craft projects.

 

6 thoughts on “Fall Fun: Take a Fall Foliage Tour”

  1. I agree that everyone should take a Fall Foliage Tour. I live in western NY and I took a day trip to Wellsboro, PA to see the Grand Canyon of the East, last week. It was beautiful. It concluded with a 1 1/2 train ride through the most beautiful rolling hills and trees in various shades of Fall colors. What a great way to spend a Fall day. Thanks for your post!

  2. This is a great idea! We don’t have brilliant shows of color in Louisiana, but some our trees do change for autumn. It would be a frugal and fun activity for our family.

    1. This is something my family did when I was growing up and Bob and I still do it. We just moved very close to the Ozark Mountains and expect to be able to see some very nice colors this year with just a short day trip. Enjoy the leaves in Louisiana! Thanks for the comment Melody.

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