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Well this is indeed solidly built, for an other century. So also the kids of the kids of the kids can see it.Lovely.
I was so surprised that the bridge looked this cool inside! It was morris who gave me the idea of shooting the wooden beams. He did that with his last covered bridge. So, thanks, morris. Also, thank you, chickie, pinknblack, lyndee, Jack and pumpkin!
The inside of covered bridges is as beautiful as the outside.
Amazing how a bridge that old can still look so strong. Thanks Laura
Great perspective shot!
Wow! That's cool how they made that bow in the construction.
This timber dates back to 1854, as you can read in the plaque I posted in the next puzzle.
Good solid construction. I wonder why they made covered bridges to begin with. Did it help horses go over the water if they couldn't see around them? Was it the people that didn't want to see? Maybe it was sturdier if they were constructed with a cover. Guess I'll have to look this up somewhere. They are so beautiful but all gone now in my county in Tennessee. Thanks, laurajane, for sharing your find and waking up my brain this morning.
Nice shot, laura!