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Trip Report One lone maple

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My wife and I drove up I 93 yesterday to Manchester, NH, to visit the Currier Museum of Art and tour the Zimmerman House, a Wright Usonian house that the museum owns. The museum is small but choice if you like New England art, and the house is in spectacular condition since the Zimmermans left an endowment to care for it.

We saw one lone swamp maple just south of Andover blazing away in all its glory.

So, mid-September is too early for leaf peeping, folks :-), though we did have spectacular thunder and lightning, worthy of Lubbock, Texas.

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