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October 24, 2011

Fall Foliage in Concord Mass | New England Fall Foliage Tour

When we moved to the Boston area, I was especially excited about the famed New England Fall Foliage display.  Fall is my favorite season - hence all of the Autumnal themed posts lately.  As you may recall from my Lilac Spring post, our little town of Concord, Mass. has beautiful homes, colonial buildings and charming streets that are the picture perfect setting to experience the bounty of Autumn.

Here are some photos of Mr. Darcy and I taking a stroll around town.


  1. kelly in georgia5:24 PM

    Thank you for the gorgeous sight seeing! Your town is beautiful. Now if fall will just make its way down south...

  2. I love Main Street Cafe! They have delicious lattes and breakfast sandwiches. I hope you're loving Concord as much as I do!

  3. Anonymous9:27 AM

    Ahhhh! Just beautiful!

  4. Anonymous12:09 PM

    It's strange to see pictures of the houses/stores on a blog that I see regularly in real life! Love Main Street cafe! I think you'll enjoy the area around Christmas time as well. Hopefully we won't get another 80" of snow this year like last year. Check out a new store above Priscilla Candy--it's called Jack & Toba. They used to be in Bedford and just relocated to Concord.

  5. Anonymous1:28 PM

    You have some nice views of Concord there. I used to work on the base so I'm familiar with the town and the Battle Road... If you haven't tried it you get on a bike and do either the whole thing or a portion (Mr. Darcy would like it too..)
    You might visit my Facebook fan page for views of New England by New England residents (or visitors) where we look for someones view of New England.

  6. Thank you for sharing so many beautiful pictures! I have never been to Concord but I would love to visit. As a California native, we rarely get all four seasons. I can snowboard and surf, all in one day, where I live in Southern CA. It would be lovely to have Fall for more than a couple days.


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