… To Take You This Fall
If you’re like me, you are finding it hard to believe that Labor Day weekend is upon us! With all the heat and record number of days above 90 degrees here in the south, I can tell you I am ready for fall, and its cool crisp days. I’m sure I’m not alone in wanting a break from the oppressive temperatures and humidity this summer. If you’re thinking about cool destinations for your travel nursing jobs in the coming months you’re probably not the only one! Here are a few fantastic destinations you should consider when planning your travel nursing jobs for the fall.
Wind up in Wine Country
Fall is a great time to check into travel nursing jobs in wine regions if you’re into all things wine related. If you are thinking of heading out west this fall, you’ll find yourself in for a treat. The California wine country (most famously, Napa and Sonoma) is brimming with ripe fruit on the vines, making for excellent photo ops, and harvest will bring many festivals and celebrations. Many wineries offer tours and you can view or even participate in “crush” as they harvest and crush the ripe grapes. In November, the wine country colors are spectacular and make an excellent backdrop for your fall photos.
Head up to New England for Fantastic Fall Foliage
New England boasts some of the most famous fall foliage drives in the country. Beginning in late September going through mid-0ctober, you’ll delight at the gorgeous colors of nature’s best display. According to travelchannel.com, some of the best states to visit in include Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut and New York not just for their spectacular foliage, but also for their scenic drives and charming towns.1 If your travel nursing jobs take you to New England this fall, you won’t be disappointed.
Get Going InThe Great Smoky Mountains National Park
If your travel nursing jobs take you to North Carolina or Tennessee this fall, you’ll certainly want to explore the Great Smoky Mountains National Park on your days off. According to fodors.com, “There are more than 100 species of native trees, including scarlet oaks, maples, sweetgums, and hickories, which put on a jaw-dropping autumn display of gold, orange, crimson, and purple. With 800 miles of scenic roads and hiking trails, you could spend days exploring these stunning forests.”2 One thing’s for sure, if you’re outdoorsy, you’ll not regret looking for travel nursing jobs in North Carolina and Tennessee this fall.
So, keep these cool travel nursing destinations in mind as we slowly make our way toward the end of this hot and humid summer! If you’re ready for a change and think travel nursing jobs may be just the thing you’re looking for, APPLY NOW and you’ll be headed out on a fun fall adventure before you know it!