Fall leaf tours #2


I have things to do tonight, so I am going to go on and get started on work stuff. I’m loving being a travel agent and doing everything that I’m doing.

Let’s get back to our discussion of Fall Foilage tours. Tauck, a tour group I’m seeing in the travel news a lot, does a twelve day fall tour of New England. People going on this trip are going to get a good look at the fall colors. But in addition, they are going to see a lot of historical sites as well. The starting point of this trip is Boston, which is of course where the United States’ revolution got started. People on this tour will also see parts of Vermont and New Hampshire.

Globus, another touring company, does a nine day tour of the New England area as well. This tour will also begin and end in Boston. It looks like anyone going on this tour will see roughly the same sites in slightly less time. And several other touring companies do roughly the same thing. If you’re interested in doing one of these trips, please be sure to let me know. I’m sure I’ll be help you determine the right trip for you.

This is a little shorter than I usually like… I have noticed that this blog is starting to get some more followers. For that, I thank you. I would love to hear from you, either on this blog itself, or my e-mail at sarah@familytripsinc.com. I would also love it if we could e-mail back and forth so that I might get a travelers’ profile on you. Please let me know if you are interested.

Fall tours #1


it’s been one of those mornings where I’ve had trouble getting started. I had some personal stuff to do. And I’ve also had some internet problems, story of my life lately. But anyway, I think I have what I need in order to get this done.

My family and I are going to go to our place in Tennessee, not this coming weekend but the following one. We have a nice place in the mountains up there. We do not have internet up there, so I have no idea how much I’ll be able to work up there, but anyway. One of the things we hope to do is to see some pretty leaves. And it happens that there is a story in the travel news today about doing “leaf tours”, so that is what I am going to write about today and maybe tomorrow.

The first tour we are going to look at is in the New England area. This area is beautiful at any time of the year, but especially in this autumn season because they have a lot of forests up there. In the Northeast, fall colors are likely to be best in late October\early November. New England used to be the only place these type of tours were done, but that’s not the case any longer. There are now tours in Colorado, the Pacific Northwest, Michigan, the Ozarks, and the Smoky Mountains… Maybe it is time for you and your spouse to take a little trip together to reconnect?

I am going to get into more specifics tomorrow.. I would love to know your thoughts on this.