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Golden Covered Bridge, British Columbia, Canada


So the hubby knew of this covered bridge "Golden", ...we were trying to get close, up & down several roads. But this was not to be. Some kids were getting off of the school bus ...it was a busy back road ...but we found the bridge ...not a close up view but so pretty all the same. The is a covered pedestrian bridge, which goes over the Kicking Horse River. 46 meters long. Built in 2001 by the community out of 72,000 board feet of Douglas-fir timber.  Beth ( :

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eileeninmd said…
Good morning, Beth! What a pretty covered bridge. I like the green roof! The name of the river Kicking Horse is cool too. Great shot! Have a happy day and week ahead!
Ha! Love the name 'Kicking Horse River.' Beautiful photo. You should start a bridge meme too, Beth. I wonder if there is one. Have a great Monday.
TexWisGirl said…
it IS a beauty!
I love covered bridges- nice capture!
don said…
I'm glad you persisted in locating this walking bridge, I like your shot of it too. Nice one.
Linda Kay said…
Hey, Beth....covered bridges always remind me of The Bridges of Madison County....loved that movie.
It is a very unusual bridge isn't it. Great to see it! xx
Kelly Deal said…
Lovely photo! Love the mountains in the background!
Ruth Hiebert said…
That is a pretty bridge. Just imagine the pictures you could have had if you had been able to walk across it. :)
William Kendall said…
Beautiful, and in such a lovely location!
Missy George said…
Pretty Bridge...That's a lot to do for pedestrians!!.Is there a car carrying one nearby??
Stephanie said…
Nice bridge!
Pamela Gordon said…
This is a sweet covered bridge. So neat that the community built it.
EG CameraGirl said…
Cool! I've never seen this bridge...at least I don't think I have.
Jeanne said…
This is an absolutely gorgeous bridge. Where in BC is this. Your shot is lovely , but too bad you couldn't get right up to it and walk across. Would love to see this.
Michelle said…
That is quite a beautiful bridge!
Tanya Breese said…
that's a different kind of covered bridge, very pretty!
Linda said…
It is pretty! I posted some pictures taken while stopped behind a school bus.
Rose said…
It surely is a beauty!
Marie C said…
It's a lovely bridge, Beth!

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