11-29-2011, 06:03 PM
Joined: Sep 2003
Location: Mt. Vernon, Illinois
Thanks so much for the e-mail you sent me with the link to this thread----I'm guessing you heard of my love for old bridges-----after looking at your gps file I'm guessing a hundred of these bridges are within a hundred miles of my house.
I'm sure I've ran across a lot of them----and I'm sure most I've not. You've made me a very happy man as I can go find and see these bridges on just day or weekend rides from my house in Southern Illinois.
One of the things that is so neat about a dual-sport or adventure bike---you can have a lot of fun poking around the backroads without traveling to far from home.
I just can't thank you enough--very nice of you.
I've got a file of all the covered bridges in Indiana---which I've been to all of them---but I'm bettin' your way ahead of me
Holler if you'd like that.
Here's the closest one to my house---over the Little Wabash River---and yes---it's on your file already.
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