Fall Foilage frames photo of Indian Lake Creek

Autumn on the North Fork of Long Island

Have you ever experienced a crisp North Fork Fall day?  The kind of day when, along with the leaves, everything else in sight fades to subtle hues of red, brown and yellow.  The time when pumpkins finally take their well-deserved rest from the hectic Halloween rush…(as do many of the locals).  November is a peaceful time of year on the NoFo.   Everything slows down, even the traffic ( Hallelujah !)  A nip of the uber-fresh salty air together with a spirited gust of wind immediately vies for your attention.  Perhaps, after all, Autumn is just Winter’s playful prelude.

Oh, by the way, did I mention the world-class vineyards?   Fall Festivals and Events?   The fabulous North Fork  Hotels, Motels, and Bed and Breakfasts‘.  The Suffolk Theater concerts in Riverhead, etc.?   A fun North Fork Wine Tour Relax and de-stress in a countrified setting where blue-collar cafes effortlessly co-mingle with Michelin Star worthy restaurants.

Everyone deserves a little “slice of heaven” every now and then.  Autumn on the North Fork is one of life’s pleasures that shouldn’t be missed.  Welcome to the North Fork !

     Fresh & Delicious Farm-to-Table Goodness offered at NoFo Farmstands


Photo of James Creek in Mattituck framed by Fall Foilage

                         James Creek in Mattituck framed by Fall Foliage

Turtle Crossing Sign together with Montauk Daisies in photo
                    We Brake for Turtles (and Montauk Daisies)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           By:  Daniel Lovett    ( November 5, 2018)    

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