A Sign

A Sign

When following the trail, you look for signs you are on the right path. An orange flower marks the way for Dragonfly and Prairie Dog.

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11 Responses to A Sign

  1. Pam says:

    beautiful!

  2. Diane Orehosky says:

    A sign of better days ahead….without rain!!!!! Enjoy reading your blogs…an easy way to hike the trail.

  3. Five cents worth says:

    I can’ t believe it! Over 500 miles under your belt, that is amazing! We can’t wait to greet you in NY, which will happen before you know it! 😃 We will have an orange party when you get here! I think we need to gt your special “hats” ready to keep you motivated on the trail!

  4. Check out this website! Ideas for entertainment on the trail:)

  5. ^ click on Five Cents Worth to get to the link

  6. Doug Walter ( trailwalker) says:

    Looks like you and Prairie Dog have got you stride down pat ,and are cruising up the trail…Happy trails to you ..

  7. Jane says:

    Hello Dragon Fly & Prairie Dog,
    My dog, Ranger, and I met and briefly talked with you Monday near the Chatfield Shelter. The orange flower is a Flame Azalea and comes in shades of yellow to orange. Beautiful, isn’t it? Good Luck. I’ll be following your posts.
    Jane (aka Spartahiker)

    • dragonfly2013at says:

      Hello Spartahiker! It was so sweet meeting you and Ranger the other day. Thanks for joining us here on the blog as well. Big thanks for identifying the beautiful orange flowers! If we don’t see you again on the trail, happy trails to you wherever they take you!

  8. Camille says:

    Beautiful flowers! Congrats on hiking over 500 miles!

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