Leaf Peeping! 

When I was a little kid, my parents always took me on the road every Sunday in the Fall to see where the leaves were changing. Living so close to the Adirondacks, I always saw such beautiful sites. My mom takes the most beautiful photos, theres a slideshow below with her gorgeous photos.

Why not take a ride around our beautiful state to check out all of the leaves changing!? Here is the latest fall foliage report for September for New York State.

L.M. Montgomery once said “I’m so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers.”

Peak leaf-changing season in New York starts (in the northern part of the state) the week of Sept. 21 and lasts until mid-October. – Travel and Leisure

Here is the itinerary for the day! 

Fall foliage in New England is one of nature’s most extraordinary spectacles! You will see some of the best spots for prime ‘leaf peeping’! You will wind your way over back roads, excellent for fall foliage viewing, including a stop at Tanglewood and ‘Stockbridge Bowl’. Our guide will take you over back roads to show you some of the best kept secrets of the Berkshires.

Next, LUNCH included in Stockbridge, where Norman Rockwell lived and worked in this quaint ‘picture postcard’ town. Enjoy a memorable New England Style Luncheon at The RED LION INN – menu; Soup of the Day, Inn’s Daily Bread Basket, Hand Carved Native Turkey with Farmhouse Stuffing, and for dessert, Warm Fruit Crisp. Includes Coffee, Decaf, Hot Tea *All other beverages cash basis

Then end your day at the Norman Rockwell Museum. 

Please note: everyone on the motorcoach will be socially distanced & we are limiting our coaches to 50% capacity.

Photos by Mary House