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#683819 in Books Countryman Press 2010-09-20Original language:EnglishPDF # 1 9.00 x .50 x 7.30l, 1.10 #File Name: 0881508691144 pages | File size: 61.Mb Jerry Monkman, Marcy Monkman : The Colors of Fall Road Trip Guide before purchasing it in order to gage whether or not it would be worth my time, and all praised The Colors of Fall Road Trip Guide: 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful. FYI: Furthest South location in book is Rhode IslandBy A.M.D.G.Ugh I hate reading reviews when people haven't actually used or read the book.... But I just have to say, I didn't realise exactly how far up north these sites were. I live in FL and have never taken a trip to see the leaves change, so we are planning on something more like North Carolina.... Anyway, 5 stars because it's beautiful and my ignorance when purchasing shouldn't bring the book down. Plus - it's so lovely, we're starting to think more like Vermont. Will update my review if we do that.2 of 2 people found the following review helpful. a Great Helpful bookBy JHornungPoured over this book before we traveled to New England for our first Fall Drive in that part of the country. I mapped out and combined a number of suggested drives. In 6 days we drove 1700 miles and managed to see and enjoy routes from this book in New Hampshire, Vermont, MA and CT.... It was very helpful and easy to follow. Loved the suggestions. I highly recommend this book!2 of 2 people found the following review helpful. Wonderful
book for taking an autumn trip to the East CoastBy KGreat book. Great suggestions. Very good map to go with the loops recommended. This is one of two books that we used (the other was Frommers 23 Great Drives) and using the two of them we had the greatest autumn New England trip. I would recommend both. We will be using both many times in the future. On the coffee table or in the glove compartment, it s the perfect fall foliage road trip companion.The Colors of Fall Road Trip Guide details 25 of the best scenic tours during fall foliage season in New England. Trips vary from short drives on the coast to all-day excursions in the region s mountains and forests. Detailed maps and itineraries compliment trip descriptions that tell you what you ll find along the route. GPS coordinates are also included for trip hot spots. In addition, sidebars suggest short walks and hikes that are great diversions when a little leg-stretching is required. This is the perfect companion for any leaf-peeping excursion. Here are just a handful of the beautiful foliage sites and tours the Monkmans will guide you through: Vermont s Northeast Kingdom: Groton State Forest, Cabot, and Peacham A Covered Bridge Tour of Southwestern New Hampshire Maine s Western Lakes Region The Southern Berkshires: Hay Fields, Waterfalls, and Cobbles Rhode Island s Beaches and Mansions: Westerly to Newport The Connecticut Highlands: North Meets South A Connecticut River Tour in Southern Vermont and New Hampshire Maine s Big Woods: The Kennebec Valley and Moosehead Lake 90+ color photographs About the AuthorJerry Monkman is an adventure and conservation photographer and writer, based in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. During the last decade, his photographs have contributed to the conservation of several hundred thousand acres of wilderness across New England. His writings and photographs about New England s wild and noteworthy places have been published by publications around the world, including National Geographic Adventure, Backpacker, Yankee, Down East, Men s Journal, and the Washington Post. He currently lives in Portsmouth, New Hampshire with his wife Marcy and their two children, Acadia and Quinn.Since 1993, Marcy Monkman has managed Eco Photography, a conservation photography business that she co-founded with her husband, Jerry. She has also coauthored adventure guidebooks and photography books about New England, including Discover Acadia National Park, The Colors of Fall, and The Colors of Fall Road Trip Guide. She currently lives in Portsmouth, New Hampshire with her husband and their two children, Acadia and Quinn.