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Thursday, October 12, 2006

The blazing colors of fall

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(Trees beginning to turn recently on Route 85 in Hopkinton, Globe Staff Photo by Bill Polo)


Halloween is just around the corner, and that can only mean one thing: now is a great time to check out the gorgeous fall foliage.

Not sure where to go? Correspondent Thomas Caywood gives some tips in today's Globe West. Here are some of his picks:

Tower Hill Botanic Garden in Boylston - the best view is from the summit of Tower Hill, about a 10-minute hike from the parking lot.

Mount Pisgah in Northborough - the highest point in town. On a clear day, you might not be able to see forever, but you can see the Prudential Center downtown.

Hopkinton State Park - no parking fees after Labor Day, and plenty of picnic tables.

Do you have some great foliage photos? We'd love to see them. Send them to Erica Tochin at etochin@globe.com and we'll post some of them on this blog!

-- Erica Tochin

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