#1: 39N 78W lies just on the other side of this fallen tree.
#2: Even in winter, branches partly obscure the view to the north from 39N 78W.
#3: Even in winter, branches partly obscure the view to the east from 39N 78W.
#4: Even with a nice cover of snow, the view to the south can’t be called scenic.
#5: “A tangle of winter brush” describes the view to the west from 38N 79W.
#6: Even with no leafy vegetation, ten zeroes frequently came and went.
#7: he Appalachian Trail, pictured here snow covered to the south of the road, crosses U.S. Highway 50 at Ashby Gap.
#8: The first winter view of the frequently documented old chimney located just south of 39N 78W.
#9: Signs of the Appalachian Trail in winter.
#10: Three cp views: a vine wrapped tree, the view overhead, and one of many trunks with no sign of a plaque placed by Sgt. Zeno.