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Dallas residents Nicole and Chance Michaels decided to vacation in New England to view the fall foliage. The couple spent some of their time overlooking waterfalls along the Deerfield River.

With foliage dull, tourism withers

By Michael Levenson
Globe Correspondent / October 15, 2005

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This is supposed to be peak season for minivans loaded with luggage and children, eyes ogling the ochres, puces, and purples flaming across the mountainsides of Sunapee and Kearsarge, in short, the time for northern New England to turn the crisp fall weather into cold, hard cash from leaf-peeping tourists. (Full article: 929 words)

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