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September/October Issue Explores New England's Peak Travel Season

September/October Issue Explores New England’s Peak Travel Season
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Discover What to Do and Where to Go This AutumnContact:
Heather Atwell
Communications Manager
Ph. 603-563-8111, ext. 180

DUBLIN, New Hampshire (August 22, 2007) —Yankee Magazine’s September/October issue features more than 100 ways to enjoy autumn in New England. Foliage takes top billing this fall, and Yankee offers the best ways to enjoy the landscape. Yankee also examines the benefits of eating local and fresh, a movement that’s gaining momentum across New England. The current issue is available where magazines are sold on August 28, 2007, and costs $3.99.”Our job at Yankee is to remind our readers that fall is much more than a chance to capture peak color,” said Editor Mel Allen. “The magic of a New England fall lies in the shadings — all the colors in between the exuberant scarlets and crimsons.”FALL FOLIAGEFoliage Drives in Vermont (p. 36): Yankee travels to Lamoille County, Vermont, to explore the spectacular foliage you can view on two back-road drives. Additional foliage podcast driving tours are available at
15 Bests for Fall Foliage (p. 94):Yankee offers 15 bests — fall-themed things to do, places to go, and thoughts to ponder, covering biking, paddling, nibbling, and more.
Get Lost in a Corn Maze on a Family Day-Trip (p. 48): Getting out of Davis’ Mega Maze in Sterling, Massachusetts, can take anywhere from 23 minutes to six hours and offers a great time for fun family bonding. More New England mazes will be listed in 10 Things to Do on the Web @
EAT LOCALCan a Diner Change How America Eats? (p. 114): The menu at the Farmers Diner in Quechee, Vermont, uses affordable locally grown and made products based on the local-food movement now burgeoning across New England.
Eat Your Vegetables (p. 76): Celebrate the bounty of the season with fresh-picked local vegetables in delicious and inventive recipes, such as Latin-Styled Grilled Corn, Curried Butternut Squash, Zucchine Secche, and many more.
A Baker Whose Food Mantra Is Local, Seasonal, Organic (p. 86): Edie Clark introduces readers to Cheryl Wixson of Bangor, Maine, who shares her recipes for Oatmeal Bread and Black Olive and Garlic French Bread. Wixson says, “It’s only good when it’s grown in season, near where you live.”For more information on New England foliage – and to learn the dos and don’ts of fall travel, plus photo tips, fall facts, fall coloring pages, hotline numbers, and more – go to <a href="”> welcomes the media to interview our writers and editors, who are experts on where to go and what to do during autumn in New England. For more information, contact Heather Atwell contact Heather Atwell at 603-563-8118, ext. 180, or via e-mail at <a href="”>

About Yankee: Yankee Publishing Inc. is an independent media company based in Dublin, New Hampshire. Yankee Magazine (“New England’s Magazine”) was first published in September 1935 and is the only magazine dedicated to New England. The Old Farmer’s Almanac (“Often Imitated but Never Equaled”) is the nation’s oldest continuously produced periodical. Products include The Old Farmer’s Almanac All-Seasons Garden Guide, The Old Farmer’s Almanac for Kids, <a href="”>,,,, and various podcasts. The company also produces a wide range of books, calendars, and custom-published products.

Updated Tuesday, August 28th, 2007

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