All the bridges are located in rural areas, and the scenery is serene and rustic. I got lots of photos which I'll share at the end of this post.
We stopped at a great barbecue place and ate lunch. Really tasty food and wonderful atmosphere.
After seeing the bridges, we drove to a nearby Toyota dealership and I drove a new Prius C. I'm seriously considering either a Prius C or Nissan Leaf (all electric). I loved driving the Prius, couldn't tell any difference from a regular gasoline car.
I am having car trouble and spent a huge amount on repairs last week. Unfortunately, though I was having the air conditioner worked on, I ended up with a power steering issue. Tomorrow I'm taking my car back and hopefully the mechanic will fix what he tore up while working on the air conditioner! If not, I'm going to be real angry and have to write about this experience! Stay tuned.
We're supposed to have storms later today, but I think I can get in a quick dog walk if I leave after this post. So without further ado, here's the bridge tour:
The Swann Bridge (my maiden name!)
Approaching the bridge
One of the longest in the state
The Locust Fork of the Warrior River
You can read more about this bridge at this link: Swann Covered Bridge
Horton Mill Bridge
The creek beneath the bridge
A trail beside the creek
The Easely Bridge