October 21, 2009

The View from Trout Run Road

Yesterday we crossed Great North Mountain on Wolf Gap Road. We reached the crest of the mountain in about 20 minutes. Coasting down the other side took a little longer, especially since we stopped to look at a couple of deer. Frank tried to get a picture but it blurred; so I tried and all I got was the deer's back side!

Below is a picture Frank took from Trout Run Road, which is the West Virginia continuation of Wolf Gap Road. By the way, the fall colors were delightful on the mountain, with leaves glittering overhead in the sunlight.

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