Thursday, November 4, 2010

Fall Foliage

You can't spend a lot of time in the National Forests of the US without looking forward to the fall and the turning of the leaves. There are many areas where you can go for the fall to see  the most beautiful foliage of the year. I like going to the smoky mountains but I am sure each person has there own favorites. Either way, you need to go hiking deep into the forest to enjoy a nice cool walk in the fall.

Prepare for the cool
Along with the nice colors of the fall, you will surely find cool evenings and mornings. Be prepared to either use that heater while boondocking or get a sleeping bag like I have for those extra cool nights. This is the perfect time to sit around a nice warm fire in the evening and listen to the crackling. Stars in the sky are so bright in the crisp night air. You couldn't ask for better weather to have for viewing nature.

Head South or Southwest
When the fall foliage trip comes to an end, I head south and southwest to find more desirable winter climate where I can hang out for the winter months. This is a perfect time to take those side trips to visit relatives. I just pull up in front of there house and meet them at the door with my power cord. The holidays are a great time to catch up before returning to the boondocking life of a vagabond.

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