Beautiful place, lovely capture and delightful shadows, Mickie!! Hope your long weekend is off to a great start, Mickie!! Enjoy!
I like your bridge Mickie.I have to tell you a story.Last night was a program about houses. This couple made a home from a bridge similar to yours.They bought it and they made it bigger width. What a house inside. Of course it was a millionaire taste. To make it like they did.I was in awe last night.So when I seen your picture. I had to tell you.Then another couple bought a train.He made a bed and Breakfast out of two long trains.I have never seen anything like these in my life. This program. So now I am hooked on this program. On Friday nights at 9.Home garden t.v. For 2 hours. They have atleast 12 different places.You live in WHAT?Title of Program.
Welcome, Mickie, to Sunday Bridges!«Louis» is delighted that you have contributed this week!
We don't get to see many covered bridges here. Nice!
I know it well! Are you visiting?
Such a cute little roofed bridge. Great to shelter from rain and still enjoy the views.
What a lovely covered bridge
Love those covered bridges, any idea why it s done.
Covered bridges are such unique structures. They seem rather romantic or maybe that's because I think of The Bridges of Madison County whenever I see one.
hope you hit some cool weather while there.
such a pretty shot Mickie!!
I knew you weren't in Kansas any more Mickie. Lovely bridge.
Hi Mickie!I love the bridge, especially with perching birds, and I think dipping my toes in the river would be delightful!Blessings!
Cool shot! wonderful looking bridge...
That is so pretty! We still have a lot of covered bridges in Oregon.Just wanted to tell you that Tyler played for the first time yesterday. It was exciting, and I took pictures of the t.v. screen.Hugs,Kathy M.
Such beautiful scenery.
o, such a beautiful bridge. Seem to be rather new to me. I love those.
What a beautiful sunset! I always!
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