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New England Raking in Millions From Leaf Peepers

On Mount Monadnock, hikers file up the 3,165-foot peak in lockstep, protected from drizzling rain by a luminous golden canopy of leaves. They're not just gazing at foliage — they're looking at cold, hard cash. Share Your Gorgeous Fall Foliage Pics 10 Fall Hikes in Massachusetts to Suit Your Personality

Unique hotels in New England

For travelers looking something a little different, New England has plenty of unique places to stay. We tell you about 16 of them. Sleeping with the Protagonist: A Night at Boston’s New Verb Hotel 10 Hotels With the Vest Views in the U.S. Boston Hotels That Offer Pampering Pet Packages

North Shore Barn Converted Into Incredibly Cool Project House

Jenny Gotfredson has been living in a barn for 30 years. In the North Shore town of Hamilton, you’ll find down a long dirt road, hidden behind mansions and guarded by the outside world by a thicket, a barn that is home to a few horses, a few kids and the matriarch, Jenny. For 30 More

At Willow Spring Vineyards, It’s a Family Affair

Tucked away on a country road in Haverhill is a beautiful 2-acre vineyard with a lovingly restored 300-year-old barn at its center. But it wasn’t always this pretty. It took one family’s hard work and dedication to create a wine haven. A Tour of Willow Spring Vineyards Make Your Own Wine at Boston Winery The Playful Plymouth Bay Winery Discover Cape Grapes at Truro Vineyards Taste Local Cranberries at Plymouth Winery

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