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380020 05: Tourists, known this time of year as "leaf peepers", stroll arm in arm October 10, 2000 in Minuteman National Park taking in the fall foliage in Concord MA. Regional forecasters say due to New England''s unusually wet summer, the fall foliage season may be the most colorful in recent years. (Photo by Darren McCollester/Newsmakers)

With Labor Day weekend in the rear view mirror and the change from summer to fall upon us, it’s time to bring back that age-old debate that never ends…


What’s the best season in New England? Is it summer, with its beach days and lobster rolls? Or fall, with turning leaves and apple-picking? Are you a hardy soul who prefers New England winters in the White Mountains, on the slopes and by a roaring fire? Or is the hope of spring your favorite season, with warm weather and flowers in bloom?


Let me know in the poll below, then sound off on the ROCK 92.9 Facebook and Twitter.