Blue Ridge Entropy

That class I never took on “Entropy in Roosevelt-era National Park Service infrastructure”… just some random photographs from a January walk through the Rocky Knob picnic area hiking trails on the Blue Ridge Parkway, Floyd, Va.

The picnic area roadway and restrooms are closed for the season, but the weather is warm enough that the parkway itself has not had any “closed because of ice and snow” notices this month. Knock on wood… fortunately plenty of that around, as well as wonderful views from the parkway overlooks.

The view from Rocky Knob on the Blue Ridge Parkway, January 16, 2023.

mild-mannered reporter who found computers & the Web in grad school in the 1980s (Wesleyan) and '90s (UNC); taught journalism, media studies, Web production; retired to write, make music, photograph sunsets & walks in the woods.

Posted in 2023, Appalachia, Blue Ridge Parkway, Floyd, photography, Southwestern Va, Virginia, weather, winter

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