Sydney is the place to be in autumn (that's spring to you all in the Northern Hemisphere!). The weather has cooled down and leaves are falling but the sun is still shining. Most importantly, the event of the season begins - the autumn racing carnival. This means fifty days of trackside fun, with world-class racing action to be seen and amazing events to attend. There are four Sydney race tracks that are part of the carnival: Royal Randwick, Rosehill Gardens, Warwick Farm and Canterbury Park, So
Have you been eager to treat yourself to a great beauty of fall foliage the Mother Nature has to offer? Well, this winter, you have a chance to appreciate the best fall foliage spots there are in Toronto. In this piece, we reveal the best places to fulfill your fantasies. The five top places to enjoy fall foliage in Toronto include:
1.The Humber Valley
This spot is located towards the western part of Toronto. As you walk under the Humber Bridge, you can cross over the Gardiner Expressway and go
Ontario Parks 2010 fall color report is now LIVE http://www.parkreports.com/fall/. The report has a map that shows where colors are reaching their peak across the province. The darkest reds indicate the best fall colors. Check in often. The report is updated as conditions change. Rick Stronks, chief naturalist at Algonquin Park says, "Trees need a balance of sun and moisture then clear September days, cool September nights and frost at the right time.
Kent, Connecticut has many claims to fame—two state parks, a 250-foot waterfall, rural beauty combined with sophisticated shops, galleries and museums. But this fall there is new reason to boast. Yankee Magazine has named this charming
village in the Litchfield Hills of Western Connecticut the peak spot for leaf-peeping in all of New England.
In one day in Kent, says Yankee, you can drive through rolling hills beside a twisting river, stop for thick hot chocolate and an authentic Belgian pastry,
The mazes are amazing. Imagine acres of tall corn cut into twisting paths in whimsical shapes from crossword puzzles to bumblebees. Finding your way amidst these mazes of maize is a fun-filled adventure for all ages at four beautiful family farms in western Connecticut. Located in Litchfield and Fairfield Counties, the farms also offer hayrides, animals for petting, and apples and pumpkins ripe for picking to make for a perfect fall weekend outing.
Ellsworth Hill Farm in Sharon may take the prize