Fall Foliage in the Sugarbush

Fall Foliage in the Sugarbush

October 02, 2020

Fall foliage season is a brief, bright time in northern Vermont, one last brilliant show of color before the leaves fall to the ground and the trees go dormant for the winter. Here are some of our favorites from 2020.

When you look at a hillside, the red and orange hues indicate the sugar maples.

 

The upper leaves change color before the lower leaves. 

Even the youngest trees on the forest floor get into the show.
Each leaf is unique in its color and size.
We are fortunate to have such a beautiful setting to work on our firewood.


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