Here's the bridge entrance on foot. Wood never looked so good against all the golds and reds of the trees.
The bridge was built in 1868 with some repairs through the years...
You know I had to sneak in another flower picture somewhere.... :)
There's a park and picnic area along the shore to the left in this photo. The bridge always attracts plenty of fisherman in the summer as well.
It's pretty amazing to be driving across a wooden structure...you really need to roll down the windows a bit to capture the sound of the boards creaking as you go across.
Coming out the other side; a burst of sunlight and beautiful fall foliage.
The whole drive around the bridge was full of lots of beautiful trees...ahhh; this is why we love autumn!
Where's your favorite place to visit in the fall?
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