#1: A confluence point among the rhododendrons.
#2: Clockwise from the upper left: Looking N, E, S, & W.
#3: Less than 20 feet from a fresh road cut, the GPS zeroed out under a cover of leaves.
#4: Somewhere under this cover of impenetrable slash bulldozed downhill from this road cut sits 36N 82W.
#5: The nearby picturesque mountain spring photographed in 2001 is now a PVC pipe at the edge of a road cut.
#6: The new road makes a switchback just east of the cp. Walking down this drainage is a relatively easy way to reach 36N 82W.
#7: Walking uphill on this new road cut would bring you to within 20 feet of this cp.
#8: A newly cleared road at 36N 82W has opened up the view to the southwest, towards the Appalachian Trail.
#9: This parking spot on Mullins Hill Road is a half mile away from, and 900 feet lower than, the cp.
#10: 36N 82W sits southwest of the high point of Buck Hill, seen here from 1.5 miles away from Highway 194.