Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Sunset on Trimble's Knob

Trimble's Knob, one of two extinct volcanoes in Virginia, is just south of Monterey.
Photo by Nancy Vance.

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  1. I was very curious to see this place after you mentioned it on your Aunt's 100th birthday post. How fun to have an extinct volcano on one's property and thank goodness, it is...extinct that is.

  2. A hill so seemingly innocuous conceals such ancient geologic volatility! Puts so much in perspective to contemplate Virginia's vast natural history.
    ~Laura Greenleaf