One of the great things about living in upstate NY is that during this time of year, we get to see some beautiful fall foliage. Most of us will travel to the Berkshires or up to Vermont or perhaps, just around our neighborhoods, depending on where we live to see the pretty colors of the leaves. But US News and World Report just did a piece on the most beautiful fall foliage in the Northeast, and several small towns not all that far from us were on the list. First up was Skaneatles which is only about a two and a half to three hour drive away. Second was Lake Placid. That's a no-brainer. Just travelling up the Northway this time of the year is gorgeous. The leaves are beautiful all around you. And last was Alexandria Bay up near the Thousand Islands. Now I've been to Lake Placid in the Fall and to Skaneatles, but never to Alexandria Bay so that might have to be a trip to take for a weekend when the leaves are in full color. Where do you go to check out the Fall Foliage?
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