Memories Of Fall Foliage Of The Past
If you're a native of North Adams, I'm sure you remember this scene from many years ago.
It was this scene of the Mohawk Trail, Route 2 east in North Adams, repeated every Fall and one of the most famous scenic drives in the Berkshires at the time.
The road follows the old trail Native Americans of the Six Nations used to pass between the Connecticut and Hudson Valleys.
The first point of interest on the trail is the Hairpin Turn, where the trail rises sharply to the Western Summit
There is an observation point from which excellent views of mountainous portions of southern Vermont and northwestern Massachusetts can be seen including Mount Greylock, Mount Prospect, and Mount Williams. And of course the famous Golden Eagle Restaurant.
Do you remember?