Last month, Pat came up to Connecticut for an extended weekend and we decided it was the perfect opportunity for a day trip. He took time off before starting a new job so we tried to take advantage of that time. Since it was right before Thanksgiving and we have so many planned events and trips coming up, I didn’t feel like getting too creative. We recreated the day trip my mom and I had taken during the summer to Deerfield and Montague, Massachusetts. I had wanted to go back in the autumn anyways for the foliage. There wasn’t much foliage this year due to the drought over the summer, but Massachusetts at least had a little color for us. We started in Historic Deerfield walking around then took a scenic drive to the Montague Bookmill and ended with a late lunch and beer at Wolfie’s in South Deerfield.
Since I’ve covered this trip before you can view my original Deerfield post here and the Montague Bookmill here. You can also click below for the autumn pictures or just watch the little video I made above.