View of Eldon Stock Farm from Shenandoah National Park – possibly seen by Bill Lane in 1961.
Old Rag Mountain in the Park – easily visible from many parts of the Farm.
A smaller creek on the Farm.
A river view.
Aerial view of Mountain View.
Hay meadow along the Thornton River.
Tall timber – hardwood is harvested on a sustainable basis.
Harvesting hay crop.
Entrance to Hazel River Tract.
Well-maintained county roads on the Farm provide pleasant and comfortable access.
Interior roads and trails offer miles of undisturbed solitude.
The dogwood understory is remarkable.
Many flocks of wild turkey are found everywhere on the Farm.
Healthy white-tail deer thrive in Eldon’s quiet habitat.
The Little Eldon is a sanctuary for wildlife.
A sturdy steed is the “captain and commander” at Little Eldon.
A quiet fog often envelopes the Farm’s valleys in the summer.