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This was a short stop. At one time could see why this was an attraction but time has worn away the tree and now it is supported by a man made structure. Does not take anytime to stop and see. Right next to the parking...More
Water creates, Water Finishes.
This log bridge has stood for many a generation, however, at some point it will disappear.
While it stands, it is a must see visit.
Be careful, DO NOT WALK ON THE BRIDGE.
Simply look and enjoy
Amazing that this bridge is still there and in one piece. I was quite taken with the structures near the gully that had formed from eons of wind and water erosion. Very close to the parking area about a sixty second walk, slightly downhill just...More
“Water will have its way.” This is simply a petrified tree that is being held up by a concrete support built in 1917. Under it is a slow growing gulch that will eventually be too much even for the supports. This stop is easily accessible...More