Covered Bridges, Snowy Rivers, Icy Boulders…MY TOWN.

By: chesshirecat

Jan 07 2010

Category: Uncategorized


I first photographed this bridge last year…just about this time of the month too…It’s a wonderful bridge….really wonderful
Today’s excursion took me into town and beyond…We crossed over the Doe River here…I stopped and grabbed a few photos. This is the one….


4 comments on “Covered Bridges, Snowy Rivers, Icy Boulders…MY TOWN.”

  1. LadyBug, what a beautiful picture! How fortunate we are you took it to share…beautiful!

  2. I’m really enjoying these. I absolutely want to ride over that bridge.

  3. Nice Job Marilyn.. great blog.. keep up the good work!

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