Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Wordless Wednesday




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15 comments:

jams o donnell said...

Nice bridge. Ilike the look of covered bridges. We just don't have them here in England (or I don't think we do!). Happy WW

Deb - Mom of 3 Girls said...

Oh that's lovely - and thanks for including the sign, it's fun to read about the history! Happy WW :)

Summer in FL said...

So peaceful looking! Thanks for visiting my blog!

Dragonheart said...

Beautiful photos! What a wonderful old bridge. I enjoyed reading about it on the sign!

Blue Momma said...

Great bridge. I remember visiting one when I was in Girl Scouts, which was also near a grist mill. I wonder if it's still there...

And my cats? Get along about as well as any cats do, so those kind of photos are pretty rare!!! Those are two girls and the black and white one is pretty high maintenance!

mar said...

Beautiful shots and landscape!
happy ww !

oh amanda said...

Very cool pictures! I love old bridges. Hey, I live in GA, too! Just no animals, here. ;)

catsynth said...

A nice image of the bridge, or the water going beneath it.

Andrea said...

Beautiful!! Thanks for visiting my blog too! :)

Linda R. Moore said...

I love covered bridges. And a historical marker too! Woo. :)

Linda

Katya said...

I love covered bridges! They are so beautiful and so historical!!!! What a pretty setting this one is located in. It looks like it had a rather disruptive history, and yet, folks saw to it to restore it!!

Aniqueanik said...

so cool and peaceful site....thanks for sharing even the history...thanks for visiting mine...happy WW!

Dorothy said...

I love coverd bridges.

meeyauw said...

I love that movie, and to think that is where it was made. This is a great post for me!

BarnGoddess said...

beautiful bridge! they do not make them like that anymore...