Timber Hollow

Chris is an expert with coweta dips
Chris is an expert with coweta dips
Don and Chris finish cutting and filling a section
Don and Chris finish cutting and filling a section
Chris futzes with his work as much as does Tom
Chris futzes with his work as much as does Tom
Another few yards and another coweta dip
Another few yards and another coweta dip
There is no finer place for lunch than the overview on Pollock Knob
There is no finer place for lunch than the overview on Pollock Knob
A finished coweta dip below Pollock Knob
A finished coweta dip below Pollock Knob
The crew hikes out after finishing work
The crew hikes out after finishing work
You will not see signs like this often on the A.T.
You will not see signs like this often on the A.T.
The Trail Goes Ever Onward
The Trail Goes Ever Onward

The crew leader is not above asking the crew to help him with major treadway projects. In this case, he maintains the Appalachian Trail south from Skyland Stables to Timber Hollow Overlook in the central district of Shenandoah National Park.

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