Kirby Mountain Road is a bit of an oddity in that its name changes to Victory Road in the middle, and then changes back again about a mile later. (Why? I have no idea.) The "victorious" part is mostly around the road's highest elevations, where it gets rather rough and tumble, especially if you're not in a four-wheel drive vehicle. This view of dazzling foliage was taken from an elevation of about 2000 feet, not far from where the road peaks at around 2200 feet before descending again. Although it was a bit hazy (due to unusually warm and humid weather) on the left side you can see down into one of the Northeast Kingdom's many valleys.