natural bridge

Posted by mountainmelody On 12/30/2008 01:40:00 PM
Did you know Alabama is home to such an illustrious bridge?

me neither, until last week!

6 Responses to 'natural bridge'

  1. countrypeapie said...'> 2:19 PM

    Nice pictures. Is that the one in Walker County? I've been to that one -- very beautiful but you couldn't walk across the bridge. Which I guess makes sense (liability, among other things -- a railing along a natural bridge would be pretty ugly).


  2. mountainmelody said...'> 2:26 PM

    Hmm...I think it's in Winston County, but not too far from Walker. Yep--no walking on the bridge allowed! Too bad...I'd be careful! :)


  3.'> 7:28 PM

    It's the world's best kept secret. I took my granddaughter there when she was much younger. We lived so close at that time. Now we live closer to the Natural Bridge in Va. which gets all the publicity.


  4. Rurality said...'> 9:28 PM

    I've seen it in postcards but have never been there. It looks cool!


  5. mountainmelody said...'> 9:32 PM

    I'd never heard of it at all, but just sort of stumbled across it--I don't remember, online or when I was glancing at a map or something. It *was* cool--would have been better if the weather had been a little nicer, but it was definitely worth the stop for just $2.50!


  6.'> 9:49 AM

    Great pictures! It looks so pretty. Can't believe I've never heard of it--what a loss. I'll have to correct that one day. Thanks for spreading the word.