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Birch Ridge Inn
Fall Foliage Picture
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Birch Ridge Inn foliage
Sunday, October 13, 2019
Great Sunday to do some leaf peeping.




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Tuesday, Sep 17, 2019
Seasonal change in full swing. Fall colors developing nicely at Killington.
Color developing at Killington.  From 15th tee on Killington Golf Course looking towards Superstar and Skye Peak.

Color developing at Killington. From 15th tee on Killington Golf Course looking towards Superstar and Skye Peak.

Color developing at Killington.  From 15th tee on Killington Golf Course looking towards Superstar and Skye Peak.

Color developing at Killington. From 15th tee on Killington Golf Course looking towards Superstar and Skye Peak.

We had the good fortune this morning to be able to get out on the golf course and play. Just 9 holes as we did not have a lot of time. The good people at the Killington Resort Golf Course let us go off the back nine as there were some early morning groups out on the front side. While the golf was, to coin a pun, "not up to par", the very fact we were able to get outdoors was its own reward.

Color is starting to burst out all around Killington. The weekend brought cool temperatures and reduced sunlight due to low clouds.... just the perfect combination to stimulate the trees to begin their seasonal shifts. Color at the inn at the 1900 foot level is developing in the tree tops around the inn. Each day as I take my fall foliage picture I notice more color coming through.

At the mountains of the resort, color is developing in the mid altitudes. Deciduous trees rule the forest below 3500 or so feet, and they are all starting to change. (Above 3500 feet, the forest changes over to dwarf pine trees which basically stay green all year.) Mid mountain color is becoming clear. Cloudy skys over the mountain this weekend have pushed the trees along, resulting in losts of color begining to appear.

While the color is starting to show, we have several more weeks before we are at peak color in Killington. But thats ok... for it is a beautiful show.

Where ever you may be, enjoy the change in seasons. Hopefully you get a chance to get outside and play in the sunshine as well.. and don't forget your sunscreen......





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