04-Apr-2011 -- While driving south through northwestern Arkansas, I noticed this easy confluence point a few miles east of Fayetteville (and just east of the small town of Elkins). The confluence point lies in an empty, grassy field, just 380 feet south of a paved road. It looked very similar to the diagonally-adjacent confluence point [37,-95] that I had visited (in nearby Kansas) the previous day.
Unlike the previous visit to this point (more than 10 years earlier), there were no cattle in the field. (And I didn't see any "no trespassing" signs, but because this is presumably private land, I made my visit quick and discreet.)