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The Bridges of Greenville County

With a few days of down time and some beautiful weather, we decided to head out in search of a couple of South Carolina’s historic bridges. As it turns out, the oldest bridge, built in 1820, and the only remaining covered bridge, from 1909, are within about 10 miles of each other. We enjoyed a beautiful country drive that took us in quite the loop around the area.

After visiting the bridges, we ventured over to Chimney Rock State Park in North Carolina. We were looking forward to heading up to the top, but upon learning that it would cost us $51, we decided that it was probably just as nice from the bottom…

8 thoughts on “The Bridges of Greenville County

  1. Great pictures! You all look soooo happy! It will be good to see all of you. I love all the old covered bridges, too. Mighty expensive rock just for a hike. It does look good from the bottom.

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