Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Signs of fall on the Flume Trail

Skipper and I took a short walk on the Flume Trail.
These leaves are signs of cooler temperatures to come.  I am so not ready for that yet.
We taught our Girl Scout troop all about this sign.

Apparently someone didn't get the same lesson.

I never get tired of this trail.

8 comments:

Pyatshaw said...

I think I would like that trail as well....my kind of place!

Janie said...

Ah, I love autumn. Are those dwarf willows that have changed? I've only seen a few willows on the aspen changing so far, even up high.
What does the symbol on the "Leave no trace" sign mean? It's a mystery to me!

Gaelyn said...

Looks like a great trail for you and Skipper to take a walk. Our ferns are going brown, but most else is yet green.

I hate litter and am always picking it up at the park.

► Abraham Lincoln said...

I also like your trail. It seems like a really cool place. Don't you just look forward to seeing a lone Indian on a horse watching you from the top of the cliff. I know I would.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Autumn is on the way!!!! Beautiful pictures, Loran...

We are constantly picking up trash that other people leave along the trails. Drives us crazy.

Hugs,
Betsy

Kathiesbirds said...

What a nice place to hike! Keep that good message going! I always hate to see trash or dog droppings on the trails!

Elisabeth's bright side said...

A beautiful walk indeed, and for the litter, it's a curse. I'm getting used to see your trail in all seasons. Here in La Pène the autumn is also creeping in, but luckily every season has a purpose and charm.

Lisa Wilson said...

We have some leaves changing around town and the days are getting cooler. I'm not ready for it yet. :(