I'll get this Sunday if it does not rain. Not played out yet Dennis.
Good job on the bowling alley. We have three of them within 20 mile so I thought it would be an easy find. Left on vacation the day you post this and forgot about this thread...sorry. Have crossed several bridges with sand on this trip too,I know for you it's very simple to find a Bowling Alley, but here they were a hot fashion around the 70's, now almost disappeared, I was able to find one of the last ones.
If accepted I whish to see a bridge over water, double points if it's wooden, triple points if it's a roofed wooden bridge.
The covered bridges are beautiful, and it seems that all of them are in a picturesque setting as well. Parke County, just north of mine, was supposed to have the most of any county in the country but that may be folklore. A good number of them have been torched by idiots and lost forever. Very few now still carry traffic but they are fun to cross. The boards smack around and make noise and scare the pee wad out of you.Weedoo2: :claps::claps:
greeat job on the bridge; you deserve more that 3 points for you fullfiled my desire to the maximun, I never had a change to see one in real. Many years ago I traveled (by car) from Los Angeles to Key West then back to Houston and all the way to Buenos Aires, and in no place I could see something of such beauty. Are they unique to your area?
Dennis: I'm glad to hear you're riding again, please keep on going.