Leaf-peeping on the Blackstone River

It’s that time of year in New England when the days get short and the foliage turns. One of my favorite fall foliage runs is the Blackstone Gorge on the Blackstone River. When the water is high there are some tricky class III rapids in the Gorge. Yesterday the water was low, but it still looked like it would be pretty easy to pin a boat, so I decided to hike up the Gorge instead.

Few pictures here:



aspens out west were gloriously golden…all 9 of them.


I will think of you, sitting on a folder aside my Solstice atop a Colorado sandbar …in January.

Scenic, nice.

Both the trees in their fall glory and the scenic river. Thanks for sharing.