|I found the open plank flooring used on every bridge to be a bit disconcerting,|
its probably just me....
I've finally gotten around to showing you some of the pretty covered bridges around the Eugene area. We both enjoyed taking a sort of scavenger hunt looking for four or five of them, the countryside was beautifully rural. Problem is, since its taken so long to do this post, I've totally forgotten which is which and where they were! And.....I've thrown out all the literature I collected on them. Perhaps you can read the plaques over the doorways, or perhaps you can just enjoy them without any information whatsoever!
|each bridge had different style windows|
|here comes Dave|
|(don't look Bill)|
fish seemed to congregate beneath one of the bridges
|one of the huge beams that were typically used|
(One of the covered bridges was actually a museum)
|beautiful riparian scene from one of the windows|
(pay no attention to the woman and the string)
|we enjoyed getting down below the bridges and seeing their underpinnings|
|this shape was tailored specifically for tall log trucks|