With the weather a little warmer than usual this time of year, the fall colors are about a week behind. That means there's still plenty of time to plan a fall trip. Michelle Grinnell, from Pure Michigan, says Michigan is not just for summer vacations, from the Keweenaw Peninsula, to M-119: also known as the Tunnel of Trees; which is just north of Petoskey, there is the perfect scenic drive just waiting for you. Grinnell noted there are some things you can only do in Michigan during the fall, such as visiting one of Michigan's more than 100 cider mills. If you're not sure where to go, michigan.org has pre-planned fall color tours. Pure Michigan also has a weekly newsletter you can sign up for, that lets you know where the colors are peaking.