The shelves at your super market are now filled with Pumpkin Spiced products. Everything from your coffee to Spam. Whether you like the spice or not, you will be exposed to the various treats.
And the arrival of Pumpkin spice can only mean one thing. The arrival of Fall and turning of the leaves. The beautiful fall foliage that lines the streets, the country roads and the woods near by.
And with the arrival of Fall, it can only mean that Halloween is soon approaching. The decorations go up and you cannot walk down the street without seeing ghosts, ghouls and goblins. Oh yes, and occasionally you will come across candy. Well lots of candy.
If you love to travel and want to get a good glimpse of it all, then there is no better state to visit than the state of Massachusetts.
The fall colors can be in full view on a road trip for the ages, from South Hadley to Turner Falls Massachusetts. Or Perhaps you can go to Farm Coast that stretches from Massachusetts to Rhode Island. Mohawk Trail in Massachusetts is another road trip worth taking. The Bridge of Flowers and candlepin bowling are only two examples of the wonders you will see.
Perhaps Fall Foliage is not your thing. And you prefer something geared towards Halloween. Then Salem, Massachusetts is the place to visit. The famous city for the witch hunts of centuries ago, has history in every corner.
But besides those activities, the state offers a lot to visitors. If you want beautiful campuses and Universities then look no further than Harvard, Yale, and MIT to begin with. Perhaps you like sports, then a visit to the legendary Fenway Park is in your future.
Interested in History? The state if full of it. From the Freedom Trail Walk, to John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum. Perhaps a visit to the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum, or USS Constitution Museum.
The state of Massachusetts has a lot to offer, and we will spend this month exploring it. Please join us on this adventure.