I could just say she's hiding behind a pine tree but I need a more accurate descriptions so I'm not repeating 'pine tree' all the time. And anyway, I like using details.
Now look in the center of that photo where I've added a red push pin at the heel of that L-shaped boundary line. That's where I've zoomed in for this next shot:
So my next step was to look through my photos and see if I actually took some of Pine Tree Draw. Wyoming doesn’t allow stopping on the side of the hwy unless it’s an emergency, so most of my photos were taken on the go with my outstretched hand holding the camera toward the open window and clicking away every few minutes. Using this technique, I was able to capture about 1200 photos. I took photos of every sign for reference but when I looked at the maps, there was no corelation between the green sign with 118 that I had in my photo to actual numbers on the maps. However, the good people at GE have taken camera shots every 75 ft on hwys all over North America. (They were here in Regina a couple weeks ago.) In this next photo, the white line between 2 camera icons is where I used the GE measuring tool to measure the distance between them.
Then it became a game of sleuthing to pick the place where I thought I took a photo and go down and look at it through the GE camera lens. As in the case of the above photo, I started way back and moved in closer and closer, camera by camera, until I found this next view...