John Wesley Hall Grist Mill and Cotton Gin, Tannehill State Park, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama

John Wesley Hall Grist Mill and Cotton Gin, Tannehill State Park, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. My favorite Alabama State Park.

Covered bridge at Kymulga Grist Mill Park, Childersburg, #Alabama. Built by Confederate Army Captain Forney who died before completion, and his wife allowed the contractor to complete the mill.  (photo via https://www.flickr.com/photos/outsideshot/)

Beautiful shot of reflection. Kymulga Covered Bridge near Childersburg, Alabama

Hunsecker's Mill Covà Red Bridge, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania

Hunsecker's Mill Covered Bridge - Horse and Buggies by Mark Van Scyoc Lancaster County, Pennsylvania

The Covered Bridges of Greene and Washington County Pennsylvania.

Spotting Covered Bridges on a Pennsylvania Road Trip

Traveling along in Pennsylvania? Here's a quick and easy way to get off the interstate for a Pennsylvania road trip without drastically increasing your drive time.

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This Unique Restaurant In Alabama Will Give You An Unforgettable Dining Experience

Hunsecker's Mill Covered Bridge (Lancaster County)  This bridge spans the Conestoga Creek at a length of 180 feet making it the longest Covered Bridge in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.    Love this pic!

Hunsecker's Mill Covered Bridge (Lancaster County) This bridge spans the Conestoga Creek at a length of 180 feet making it the longest Covered Bridge in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

Horton Mill covered bridge. Highest historic covered bridge above water in the U.S. Stands 70 feet above the Calvert Prong of the Locust Fork River. Set for restoration 2012. Located between mile marker 34 & 35 on State Highway 75, Oneonta, Alabama.

Highest historic covered bridge above water in the U. Stands 70 feet above the Calvert Prong of the Locust Fork River. Located between mile marker 34 & 35 on State Highway Oneonta, Alabama.

Pennsylvania

Knox Covered Bridge Valley Forge, Pennsylvania Spectacular view of the Knox Covered Bridge, one of the most scenic and photographed scenes in all of Valley Forge. The covered bridge over Valley Cree has been a Valley Forge Landmark since it was built in

Bienville Square, downtown Mobile, Alabama, United States, 2006, photograph by Perez Del.

Bienville Square, downtown Mobile, Alabama, United States, photograph by Perez Del.

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