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Celebrate the changing of the seasons with these colorful Autumn cycling suggestions within some of our favorite Fall Foliage Getaways. Singletrack mountain bike trails, covered bridges, fall harvests and wine tastings, romantic fireside candlelit dinners. Who could ask for more?
When it comes to covered bridges, each state in the Northeast has its own claim to fame. They have been featured in movies such as "The Bridges of Madison County" and play a key role in many novels. While beautiful at any time of the year, they are especially photogenic set against a backdrop of brilliant New England fall color.
NATIONAL FORESTS CLOSE IN THE SOUTHWEST
Dry conditions nationwide have led to an an unusual winter heat wave and expansion of drought conditions across the United States.
Extreme fire danger in the southwest has prompted federal land managers to take the unusual step of indefinitely closing public access to a large swath of the national forests.
One of our native NM aquaintances who has studied meteorology and wilderness survival for decades has some interesting news......
The chances are well above average for an early start to the monsoon season, due to the very low winter snow pack over NM and CO, which had melted early.
This statement was based on obscure research that shows a high statistical correlation between these two events, due to an alteration in both albedo and thermondynamics.
Typically the monsoon in NM starts around July 4, but as excerpts from today's forecast discussion point out, sure enough this year will be different, very good news for at least temporarily knocking down fire danger.
The forest around here has been closed to all public entry, and it will take time to quench the thirst of the forest, but this should be a nice start towards eventually reopening the mountains.
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