Fall sings through New England
October 26, 1997
Web posted at: 10:52 p.m. EST (0352 GMT)
(CNN) -- It's fall in New England. The hills standing sentinel over the narrow ocean coves are awash in splendid shades of yellow and red. The cranberry bogs are being harvested, giving up their tart treats for the Thanksgiving to come.
It's a time for football on the lawn, or maybe soccer. It's a time for children to reach up and pick apples off the trees. It's a time for pumpkins along the roadside and the last remnants of the summer lobster bounty.
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Come along with CNN's Tim Wall on a video essay though Massachusetts, Maine and New Hampshire, amidst an explosion of fall foliage that old-timers are calling the best in a generation.