Tangerine, rose, ruby and gold are just some of the colors that carpet the tree tops of New England in autumn. To see them in their splendor is like walking into a page from an old-fashioned wall calendar. Check out the fall foliage around the Cornish-Windsor Covered Bridge, which spans the Connecticut River, connecting New Hampshire to Vermont. Here, during peak viewing season, late September through mid-October, things get mighty picturesque. Don't forget your cameras!