#1: Looking north. In this view the low, thorny scrub is especially evident.
#2: Looking east. Trees of the nearby wooded area on the right (south) cast their long winter shadows.
#3: Looking southward. The southern treeline is closest to the confluence point.
#4: Looking west. Good shot of the "lumpy" terrain trying to hide under an 18" snow cover.
#5: My knit cap, center frame suspended on the low scrub, marks my best estimate of the confluence.
#6: Close up shot of my trusty Magellan GPS Pioneer readout at the confluence point.