Ah, fall in New England. Sprawling mountain vistas. Quaint little villages. Leaves ablaze in color: purple, red, yellow, orange. It’s big business up there and they spare no pain or expense to make sure everything goes perfectly and visitors are enthralled. That’s why when the trees need a bit of a boost, America’s tanker-driving truckers answer the call with loads of leaf paint.
“Sometimes Mother Nature’s behind the curve a little, you know?” says Regional Tourism Manager Blossom Moonchild. “If there’s too much green in the trees there’s too little green in our cash registers. So we bring in hundreds of professional spray paint artists and scene painters from Broadway. They know just the subtle hues for a realistic effect.”
This year there was a bit of a kerfuffle when some urban graffiti artists arrived on the same bus. Panic ensued when the first batch of tourists were treated to giant cartoon characters mooning the viewers.
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