Last modified: 2021-08-21 by rick wyatt
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image reported by Vexi-News, 31 July 2021
Designed by Rebecca Rapple as a flag for the Adirondacks Park, the shape of the blueline (the outline of the park) is extremely distinctive and takes center stage, making the flag specific to the Adirondack Park. The eastern pine depicted is the most common tree in the Adirondacks and stands on an anonymous ridge is the park. The brown & yellow are the shades on the iconic road signs, trail signs and welcome signs found throughout the park. Together, the brown, green & yellow remind me of the great camps, drinking coffee outside a lean-to in Indian Lake and looking out from a rocky mountain overlook in the early fall. It's designed to celebrate the best of the park while being distinctive & iconic enough to be recognized by Adirondack enthusiasts everywhere!
From https://adirondackflag.com, located by Vexi-News, 31 July 2021