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Central Mass foliage already ablaze

Posted by Patricia Harris  September 28, 2012 08:08 PM

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It might be a rainy weekend, but a little drizzle isn't putting a damper on the foliage in central Massachusetts, as we discovered on Friday driving around in the towns just east of the Quabbin Reservoir. In fact, this llama seemed to think the foliage looked good enough to eat, as he pruned some low-hanging limbs.

Photo by Patricia Harris for the Boston Globe

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