Mid-October Autumn Foliage Photos from The Forks, Maine - New England at Its Finest!
|Fall Foliage in OctoberView from the Peak of Mosquito Mountain|
The Forks, Maine
Mid-October Autumn Foliage Photos from The Forks, Maine - New England Fall at Its Finest!
This past weekend I headed back to the great State of Maine -- where I lived for ten years from 1996 to 2006 -- to visit my loved ones up there. We had a great time, as always. Here are some photos my friends Sadie took from our hike up Mosquito Mountain in The Forks, Maine. My knees are hurting today from this way high up hike. But as you can see from the view, it was worth it.
|Yellow Leaves of New England Fall|
Mosquito Mountain, The Forks, Maine
|Pines and Deciduous Trees in The Forks, Maine - Fall 2016|
|View of Autumn Foliage of New England from a Mountain in Maine|
Pictures from the Drive to the Forks - The Kennebec River
|Autumn in New England on the Kennebec River|
|Kennebec River, Moscow Boat Launch View|
Maine Fall Foliage
|Old Trailer and Bus on the Side of the Road in Maine in Autumn|
|Bright Orange Foliage Along the Road in Maine in Mid-October Fall|
Goin' Up to Camp - the Maine Cabin Off-the-Grid in the Woods
My friends have a very rustic cabin in the woods. This is called a "camp" up in Maine. The house is a small one with a loft up top and four mattresses on the floor. Downtairs is all one room with a full size bed, futon and big huge dining room table. It's heated by a wood stove. There's no running water. You pee in the woods. You poo, if you can't hold it in until you're back to regular life (like what I did, you're welcome for the TMI), in an outhouse. And there's no electricity, never mind such things as wifi or even data to text. It's very off-the-grid and really fun and novel as a result. There were three adults and 7 kids age 7 to 13. And most of the time they were great! even for tweenagers!
|View from my friends' camp in The Forks, Maine|
|Creek at a camp in The Forks, Maine|
|Catch and Release Fish caught up in The Forks, Maine|
|In the woods of Maine, along a creek in the Forks|