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  • n. Plural form of leaf-peeper.


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  • New England is the blue riband region of autumn travel - so much so that the US has a specific term leaf-peepers to describe visitors who arrive in "fall".

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  • The Mountain Inn needed a bartender for the lucrative eight PM to two AM shift, so I settled in to flirt with summer tourists, leaf-peepers, snow bunnies, and bored locals.

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  • The Maine Tourist Bureau will probably blacklist me for telling all you leaf-peepers to stay home...

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  • If any of you hypothetical audience are leaf-peepers, another week or two should get us there.

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  • The tourists were gone, but it was still too early for the leaf-peepers.

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  • A well-planned foliage trip will take much the same form as a trip undertaken just to get to know the region, because leaf-peepers need destinations to look forward to during and after their forays to see the trees.

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  • Danforth said the resort expects to be able to welcome leaf-peepers and hold its annual Brewfest on Oct. 1, even if Route 4 is still just dirt.

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  • In the Green Mountain State, where mills and factories long ago gave way to a tourism-heavy economy powered by skiers, hikers and leaf-peepers, scores of roads were impassable and officials were hoping residents would be able to access 13 isolated towns by Tuesday night.

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  • For leaf-peepers, there's the annual Northeast Kingdom Fall Foliage Festival, which runs Sept. 27-Oct. - Local Headlines

  • For leaf-peepers, there's the annual Northeast Kingdom Fall Foliage Festival, which runs

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