Stubbins, Watson, Bryan & Witucky September 2019


LEAVING FOR THE LEAVES W here to V acation for P eak F all F oliage


Mike Bryan

Well, I can’t believe we’re in September already. This has been a busy (but very nice!) summer. For many families, the kids are back in school. Or, if your spouse is a teacher, like my wife, Carey, they are heading back as well. You know, sometimes I think that the adults may be even more disappointed that summer is over! As I mentioned last month, I am interviewing various nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and home health care agencies and describing more about those agencies in our newsletter. This month I interviewed Nancy Rutlege with Helen Purcell. Helen Purcell provides assisted living and independent living services. During our interview, Nancy describes the facility, services offered, social activities, and more.

Humans have built some pretty spectacular things on this planet, but there’s nothing quite as stunning as the simple perfection of a tree. They’re beautiful year-round, but fall is the time when trees don their best dresses, lining the nation’s highways and hills in eye-catching shades of red, orange, yellow, and gold. If strolling through a grove of colorful trees is one of your favorite fall activities, then it might be time for a pilgrimage in search of the most colorful foliage America has to offer. Autumn is an underrated travel season, so airfare to the top leaf-lined places in the country is more affordable than you think. There are also plenty of prime destinations, so whether you’d like to trek far away or search out stunning fall colors close to home, there’s sure to be something out there for you. Here are a few of the best spots to visit for postcard-quality views in each region.

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New England is famous for its autumn leaves, but among its dozens of vacation-worthy destinations, a drive down Kancamagus Highway (which locals call “The Kanc”) should be at the top of your to-do list in the first few weeks of October. Dubbed “The Ultimate New Hamp- shire Fall Foliage Drive” by New England Foliage, the 30-mile journey offers gorgeous views of tree-lined rivers and ponds, a route through a mountain pass, and plenty of stop-offs for photography, hiking, and camping.


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