Thursday, October 27, 2016

Fall foliage from The Wilds of New England

I'll be posting soon all about our wonderful weekend at the couples' retreat at The Wilds of New England in mid-October.  The foliage was glorious, nearly at peak, in the area, and the skies were mostly sunny though the temperatures were cool.  My post about the retreat itself will focus on what we did and learned, but this brief post today will have a focus on foliage.  I love the way the Master Artist puts colors together, don't you?  Enjoy!
Tree overlooking one of the staff homes
Notice the spray of red, almost magenta leaves in front of that small evergreen tree to the left of the sign!
I took this for the drift of leaves on the roof of the game room entry way
These pretty trees are behind the ball field-- a mini "Fenway Park" complete with mini "Green Monster"
This lovely large tree overlooks the Sweet Shoppe
I took this from the coffee shop window
Just more of the lovely grounds
This view was taken from the gazebo
Hope you've enjoyed this peek at a beautiful area of New Hampshire!


  1. This is just how I picture New England when I think of that area of America. Our color here is pretty as well. Like Anne of Green Gables, I am glad I live in a world where there are Octobers. I probably butchered the quote but you know what I mean.

    1. I don't think you butchered the quote at all, Arlene. It sounds perfect to me. And yes, the Wilds of New England and its surroundings are just quintessential New England. Beautiful and so full of history!

  2. Oh I love beautiful New Hampshire! She's wearing her finest this autumn.

    1. She is indeed, Vee! The foliage was near peak when were in that area. Ours is just about gone here in our locality; the rain the past couple of days really knocked off a lot of the leaves.


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