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Jun 11, 2005
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The foliage is absolutely beautiful in the area on S NH and N MA. I also think that they are saying that in many parts of VT and ME it is still looking fine.

We are heading down to MB for the week, and know the flight out of Boston and along the coast will give us a nice show too.

The reds are pretty abundant this year, and untill we get a windy rainy storm the color will be just beautiful.

A lot of trees are still pretty green, but are starting to turn golden.

So enjoy your trips, the weather is suppose to be warm, not hot, but pretty comfortable during the day.

Now MA has to see if they can keep the wayward Manatee out of harms way. I wish he would turn and head down to SC, but most of all I hope he remains warm and unhurt.

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Jun 6, 2005
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In Central Maine (Bangor area) we are past prime viewing, but still somewhat 'pretty'.

About two weeks ago, for almost a week, my drive home included seeing a tree that was what I think is the perfect color----slightly more orange than red---------STRIKING!!