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New England in the Fall

By Mark D. Roberts | Friday, October 9, 2009

I’m in the Boston area this weekend to preach at Park St. Church. Had the chance to get up to New Hampshire today. There is nothing like New England in the fall! Not even Texas.

This is New Hampshire.

This is the Texas Hill Country.

And this is New Hampshire, again.


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3 Responses to “New England in the Fall”

  1. Thomas Buck Says:
    October 9th, 2009 at 2:46 am

    They’re both pretty.

    What a great country!


  2. J.Falconer Says:
    October 10th, 2009 at 12:20 pm

    Rev Mark Roberts, Family & Friends, Note new email address-tyring to learn new computer & email Ha!! I’m definitely not the star trek computer generation. We love your Texas & back East photos (New England) We’d give the edge to Texas hill country winning the beauty photo contest–just a tad prettier than New England hill country photos. Texas Aggies can give bragging rights to Texas– prettier & way more friendly than East & West coast environmental photos!! Here’s wishing your family a very Happy Fall!! Peace & Thanks again for posting the photos j & family

  3. ChrisB Says:
    October 12th, 2009 at 9:00 am

    I’m not sure your NE photos are better, but there is better in Texas than the hill country. Go to East Texas (Nacogdoches area) to see Texas’ fall colors on display.


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