(Mostly) wordless Wednesday: Jones Mountain Cabin

I spent Labor Day here, in a rough-hewn log cabin built by a moonshiner in the early 1900s:

We got there after a two-hour hike up Jones Mountain, located in one of the prettiest parts of Shenandoah National Park. It was foggy and wet most of the weekend, so our hikes looked like this:

The next morning, we hiked to the top of Beach Church Rock. We thought the view was all the more beautiful for its misty mystery:

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4 responses to “(Mostly) wordless Wednesday: Jones Mountain Cabin

  1. I really love that cabin! And really great capture on the last photo in the clouds…. 🙂

  2. Ann

    AWESOME! Hey, I didn’t ask but I referred to your post in my blog yesterday. I don’t know if you realize this but we seem to be so on the same page and knowing that has been a huge help to me this training season. One of these days we might actually meet.

  3. I was riding in Shenandoah Natl Park on Sunday, and it looked exactly like this! Foggy and froggy. I love that cabin!

  4. Gorgeous! I spent some of my weekend in SNP, too … seems we are often in the same locale! Those cabins are so fun to stay in. Thanks for sharing!

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