Fall into New Hampshire.

It’s been a beautiful fall season in New England, and the foliage has been incredible. This is really the first fall where I have truly appreciated where I live and what I get to experience every autumn. For the past few weekends I have budgeted out some time to wonder into new places and see what I can discover. From the White Mountains in New Hampshire back down to Massachusetts, I’ve stopped along scenic highways, farm stands, and apple orchards.

Here are some of the best shots from Fall 2016!
Driving down the Kangamangus Highway at sunset with brilliant foliage and fresh powdered snow up on the mountain top.img_7790-1-2img_7781-1
The Rocky Gorge Scenic Area off the Kangamangus Highway near Conway, New Hampshire. It’s a hidden treasure in the White Mountain’s, so don’t turn around too early, cause then you’ll miss this spectacular gem.img_7573-2
Sporting some fall style, with my new J.Crew City Coat and Daniel Wellington Classic Black Watch. (Use code “kristina_mulberry” to get 15% off your next DW purchase.)
Indulging on some apple cider donuts and pumpkin cider at Lookout Farm in South Natick.
Poking around the farm stand at Lull Farm in Hollis, New Hampshire. Aren’t these gourd-genus?img_7617-1All bundled up as we stopped along one of the many scenic observations points scattered on the Kangamangus Highway. It’s the best route for taking in the breathtaking views of the White Mountains.
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More to come! xx Kristina.




Mulberry Ink

A lifestyle blog about travel, food, wanderlust, DIY, photography, and happiness.

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