Fall Pictures - almost over in New England

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  1. webbie

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    Still beautiful, but colors are fading.....post any pics that you take of what it looks like in your neck of the woods.
     

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    Thats so nice .............So nice i think the state of Massachusetts is going to put an extra TAX on that view. :lol:

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    This view is actually across a very populated area!

    See google map enclosed - it is looking east from Glendale Road (easthampton) toward the West face of Mt Tom - quite craggy for a 1200 foot hill.

    Both areas are circled.

    Yet you can't see all the development in the view......pretty amazing. A couple silos up there and big fields of corn. I'll have to check it out.

    The old ski slopes (closed) can be seen on the right side of Mt. Tom.
     

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    Nice Pics, Craig.... and if you look straight up from the right side of the barn, I think you can make out the outline of the little windmill on top of Mt. Tom.
     
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