Article says New Hampshire is expecting an all time high number of fall visitors this year

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https://www.boston.com/culture/new-england-travel/2017/09/29/all-time-hi...

 

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I will find out about ours tomorrow. Temps have been very warm in Shinnston per the weather app

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It has been rather blah this year. The wet summer and hot fall has been unkind to our foliage. While there's a chance it may just be running late and may boom, it's not looking great here in VT. 

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We had a dry summer and warm September. Plus, beachys moth problem.

(We are spraying for the moths in the spring. They decimated our oak trees.)

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we had a pretty bad moth season.   A  lot of leaves are falling and they haven't turned color yet.

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This does not look to be a stellar foliage year in NE. I hope they are not all disappointed!

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