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Fall Foliage
Fall Foliage Is Nearing Peak

The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources for Pennsylvania is predicting October 11 - 17 as the Peak Fall Foliage week in the Laurel Highlands. Which couldn't be any better timing with our Annual RocktoberFest event scheduled for Saturday, October 12, 2013.

If you have driven throughout property lately you will notice the fullness of color along the horizon.  These splashes of  beautiful warm colors are not accidental nor sporadic, but attributed to the tree species and their characteristic colors.
  • Oaks - Reds and Browns
  • Hickories - Golden Yellow or Orange
  • Maples (differ by species)
    • Red Maple - Scarlet Red
    • Sugar Maple - Orange
    • Black Maple - Yellow

Try to identify the species as we highlight some of our favorite Fall Foliage images from this Week! 


And, if you have yet to make time for Fall Leaf-Peeping in the Laurel Highlands, please plan a road trip soon.  As quick as the colors presented themselves, the season will fade, and we all know what season is just around the corner!


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