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Fallasburg Covered Bridge, Michigan




Fallasburg Bridge is a 100-foot span Brown truss covered bridge, erected in 1871 in Vergennes Township, Michigan, 5 miles north of Lowell on the Flat River, 13944 Covered Bridge Rd NE, Lowell, MI 49331. I love 2 see what pics my hubby will take when we are traveling, he took these shots. One from each direction, and even one looking out from the middle of the bridge. Thank you for stopping by today. Hope you are well. Please enjoy your day! Be Well & Be Blessed!! Beth ( ;

Comments

eileeninmd said…
Hello Beth, I love seeing the covered bridges. The first photo is my favorite, beautiful scene. Pretty view of the water. Have a happy day!
lynn cockrell said…
I just love covered bridges and really enjoyed your post, Elizabeth!
Ruth Hiebert said…
Beautiful scenes. Maybe someday,I will be lucky enough to see a covered bridge, but until then,I will enjoy pictures you post.
William Kendall said…
What a pretty bridge!
Missy George said…
Love covered bridges. Great shots!
Wonderful bridge and scenery! Just love the area, and the fact the bridge is so well-preserved! Hope you are having a great week!
Linda said…
Great shots; he did a good job!
Rose said…
Beautiful bridge...and I love the second shot from the bottom.
Ida said…
Wonderful bridge. That 2nd shot was very neat looking.

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