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Saturday, October 20, 2018

Fall Color in West Virginia

Fall is slow in showing itself even in the higher elevations of southeastern West Virginia where we visited last week.

Here's the Greenbriar River near Lewisburg.

There's an 80 mile rail trail along the river. We were near the southern end.

Lots of leaves underfoot but coming off the trees before coloring up.

When it started to rain we returned to the car and went for a drive.  GPS took us the shortest way which was a one lane paved road that became crush and run gravel then just gravel and dirt.  Then the GPS decided it didn't know where we were.  The two track lane with weeds growing in the middle was disappearing in front of us.  With a careful turn around we retrace our steps. 

This church, unnamed, was along that road.