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Massachusetts Photo Essay

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LAist is on a road trip around the country. So far we've made it across the country. We write you tonight from the most eastern part of the USA, Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

Today we woke up in Pittsfield, then we drove to Emily Dickinson's house, then we took in baseball game at Fenway Park, and then we got lost out on the Cape.

The big difference that we've noticed about Mass and LA, today, is that the leaves are turning colors right now here on the east coast. Not the crazy bright yellow and reds that we've heard about, but some trees are ridiculously yellow, and others are getting ready to go nuts.

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Also the Dodger Dogs are still way better than the Fenway Franks.

Enjoy some more pics after the jump...

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