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Yankee Magazine's Foliage Issue Chases Color across New England

Yankee Magazine’s Foliage Issue Chases Color across New England
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DUBLIN, New Hampshire (September/October 2011)—Yankee Magazine‘s September/October issue, on newsstands August 23, explores New England’s autumnal splendor. To savor this vibrant but fleeting season, Yankee travels to the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont for fall vistas, historic byways, and secluded mountain lakes. Longtime Yankee photographer Sara Gray searches for the perfect blend of subject, light, and beauty in Southern Maine and shares her findings in a scenic photo essay. For a fresh from the orchard feast, apples star as the main ingredient in recipes for pies, sandwiches, coffee cakes, and doughnuts. Also on autumn’s agenda, the best five country stores in Vermont, the oldest agricultural fair, and 72 fall events across New England.

Yankee didn’t invent fall color in New England. What we do get to invent, however, is how we’re going to showcase our most distinctive season so that it seems new each time around,” says editor Mel Allen. “Because foliage season holds much more promise than just driving through timeless vistas of color, you’ll read about apples and pumpkins, county fairs and country stores. We wait, expectantly, for these brief, brisk fall days, filled with a chance to find something rare and lovely around a bend in the road, or in a village center we’ve never visited. To take these moments and press them between the covers of a magazine is the challenge. I hope that when you close the issue you’ll be tempted to savor a cider doughnut, or take a camera to a marsh or a lake in the early morning, or even set out to get lost for a while in a maze of country roads somewhere.”

Inside Yankee‘s Foliage Issue

Feature stories:

“A Fast Ride in a Beautiful Place” – by Cynthia Anderson (page 82): At the venerable Myopia Hunt Club in South Hamilton, Massachusetts, riders and hounds no longer pursue live foxes, but the thrill of the chase remains.

“Racing with Henry” – by Todd Balf (page 88): A teenager sets his sights on the Cyclocross Championship–and a father becomes a hero again.

“Nine Days in October” – photographed by Sara Gray with text by Mel Allen (page 96): In southern Maine, photographer Sara Gray goes in search of the perfect blend of subject, light, and color, capturing the subtle beauty of an all-too-brief autumn season.

“The Big Question” – interviewed by Ian Aldrich (page 94): Orren Fox is a lot of things. He’s a chicken farmer, beekeeper, staunch foodie, and avid Celtics fan. He’s also a blogger with a large following. And, he’s only a freshman in high school. He explains why his happy chickens lay healthy eggs.

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