Fall colors, sunny skies, and high temperatures in the 60s. It doesn’t get much better than this! The Marinoni Scenic Area is beautiful in fall.
The Dawna Robinson Spur Trail leads to the Ozark Highlands Trail and then east into the Marinoni.
I learned something new about Hiker-dog on this day. She stayed close to me and on the trail when deer hunters were firing in the area. She had her hunter orange on and didn’t go prancing through the woods. Smart dog!
If you need more information and driving directions to this trail, check Making Time for Marinoni.
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Your comment means a lot to me, especially coming from a college English professor and author. Because of my blog, I was recently contacted by an editor for a reputable trail guide publisher. I’m now attempting to write a guidebook for day hikes in the Ozarks of Arkansas and Missouri. It’s going to be a lot of work, but a good learning experience.
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