Just because summer is over, doesn't mean your road trips have to be

Running On Empty

By Nate Owen


Despite what the weather outside currently says, we're in that window of fall where its almost perfect temperature-wise. The scorching days of summer are gone, and the bone-chilling winter is (hopefully) still a ways off.


So with that being said, what are some of your favorite destinations for the fall? Is it a weekend spent with the tailgate down and grill fired up? Or do you prefer a quieter journey, viewing the foliage down a long country road?

Let us know in the comments below, or email us at otr@courant.com


On a side note, if you do plan on heading north for foliage season, especially in Vermont, check out this report from Courant columnist Rick Green and photographer John Woike.

Parts of the state were simply swept away in the aftermath of Hurriance Irene, but a full recovery is underway in hopes of getting everything set for the fall season and ensuing ski travelers.

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