U.S. route 340 is one of the shorter numbered U.S. highways, with a length of only 156 miles, between Frederick, Maryland and Greenville, Virginia.
From Harpers Ferry, West Virginia to its southern terminus it passes through many scenic locations in the Shenandoah Valley. This scene is at what’s known locally as “Old Chapel” (yes, there is just such a structure located here), between Berryville and Boyce, Virginia. Spring in the valley often features beautiful wildflowers. You can't make a bad choice going either way on 340 here if you’re interested in sightseeing!
And for those days when travel isn’t on the agenda, the flowers of spring can always be there on your wall as a reminder.