4 Fall Foliage Drives for Leaf Peepers

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I am actually quite new to the term “leaf peeping.” I first discovered it in a Huffington Post article when searching for a drivable fall foliage tour for my family.  The more I Googled it, the more I discovered it is a credible term with quite the following.  I am now one of thousands (maybe more) of “leaf peepers.”

As the weather turns crisp and the fall colors even crisper, it’s the perfect time for a Sunday afternoon drive capped off by a quaint meal at a favorite local spot. To add more purpose and intrigue to the trip, consider stopping into a few open houses to get an even better feel for the area. It may even inspire you to make a change in where you live. Or if you are currently house hunting, adding leaf peeping to the agenda could add a little “color” to your day of open houses.

To help you develop your own Sunday Funday fall foliage trip, I found a few blogs with great ideas for a peaceful drive.  And to discover local ERA companies along the way, use ERA Real Estate’s Mobie App, available on the iPad, too.

Here are some great drives:                                                                                                    

The 6 Best Fall Foliage Drives in New England – Fodor’s.com

Oregon Fall Foliage.

Fall Travel: A Necessary Weekend in Upstate New York – Huffington Post

For a list of great drives throughout the U.S., read Top 10 Fall Foliage Drives in the U.S. – USAToday.com

Happy driving, house hunting and leaf peeping!

Leaves photo credit: Puzzler4879 via photopin

Church and foliage photo credit: Professor Bop via photopin cc

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A writer at heart, Tara holds more than 17 years of marketing and communications experience. Previously a travel industry professional, she recently hopped the fence to gain a better understanding of real estate and to hone her Public Relations Skills. A mom and avid traveler, Tara tackles topics ranging from what to feed your kid to the next generation and great housing market locations. In line with her love of snowboarding, Tara’s next must-go destination is Sun Valley, Idaho – not for the celeb watching, but for the terrain and scenery.

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