Still Time to Plan a Fall Foliage Drive

It’s not too late to take in this year’s beautiful colors of fall. 

The unseasonably warm weather in most parts of the country has delayed the burst of color of the fall foliage.  In talking to friends around the country, it seems that we are a week or two behind the normal foliage schedule.  That’s certainly the case here in Seattle, where leaves have started to turn color and drop in just the past few days.

You’ve probably got a few weeks left to enjoy the foliage, so check out the CNN foliage map and make plans for a getaway drive.  (NOTE:  I’d recommending adjusting the time frames on the map by a couple weeks.)

Once again, I’m not in New England this time of year, but maybe next year I’ll be able to enjoy a fall drive in that part of the world.

Photo credit:  wikimedia

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Mary Jo Manzanares is a traveler, travel blogger, and podcaster. In addition to her blog, Traveling with MJ, she hosts the Where Else to Go podcast, and is the founder and the editor-in-chief of The Traveler’s Way, an online travel magazine. Her travel ethos is value luxury - luxury for real people - and her goal is to help travelers know when to splurge and when to save. Mary Jo has been a speaker at various industry events around the world. When she’s not traveling, Mary Jo likes lingering over a cup of coffee, wandering in a museum, sipping wine at a cafe, and sharing it all with friends and readers. Her most recent travels were to Stockholm, a Baltic cruise, and Universal Orlando Resort.

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