At about 9 pm on June 15, I was looking toward Polaris when I saw something I would have guessed was a fast moving firefly, except that it appeared to be moving too fast and flashing too frequently. I first saw it at an azimuth of about 330 degrees and a declination of about 65 degrees (30 degrees below the zenith of 35 degrees at Nashville). It flashed and zipped almost due east through about 5 degrees. Then, almost immediately, it appeared about 10 degrees farther east and flashed again. It went through this cycle about five times before it disappeared for good. Was I watching two fireflies in a game of tag, or do meteors sometimes skip across the atmosphere like a pebble across a pond?