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    Question Foliage in the Franconia Notch

    When driving through the Franconia Notch on 26-June, I couldn't help but notice that it looked like early autumn in the general vicinity roughly between Boise Rock and Exit 34B.
    Does anyone have a possible explanation for this. Could the recent roadwork in the Notch somehow resulted in damage to the foliage??

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    Hmm, I was going to suggest maybe drier than normal conditions. But since it is only in a small area....?
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    Wow, what a very beautiful picture. The trees that are all along the road are beautiful.

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