Monday, September 10, 2007

Euharlee Covered Bridge


The Euharlee Covered Bridge is one of the oldest remaining covered bridges in Georgia and is located in the northwestern part of the state near Cartersville. Euharlee is a Native American name that means "She Laughs As She Runs". The dog in yesterday's photo was swimming near this bridge.

24 comments:

Annie said...

That is such a pretty name (She laughs when she runs) and it's perfect for a river. That bridge is lovely, so picturesque.

I'm not a football fan either and I too would like one of those umbrellas except for the fact that everyone would take me for a fan and would want to talk football with me.

Sandi @the WhistleStop Cafe said...

beautiful photos... you must not go anywhere without your camera. And we are glad of it.

Nancy said...

Wish I'd seen that bridge when we lived in Georgia.Don't believe I ever saw a covered bridge when we lived in Georgia.Do you ever go to Stone Mountain? We lived about 15 miles east of Stone Mountain.

mrsnesbitt said...

A covered bridge....travelling through a tunnel on the motorbike is quite a strange sensation! The lights reflecting on the walls give an awesome effect!

patsy said...

e your photos. the covered bridge esp.

Lori said...

This reminds me of something out of the "Little house" movies. That is my favorite show from the old days.

Andrea said...

What a beautiful covered bridge. You manage to find all the nice places to take pictures.

JoAnn - NL "My digital eyes" :) said...

Hi That a beautiful place ther I love that bridge,

I saw your question on someone elses blog about the "neocounter' do you know know HOW to get one?

Just click o the image of the "neocounter" (countycounter) and signin on their website, than choose the type of counter( and clour) you like most and copie the HTLM fom that counter and add it into your 'templates'of your blog.

You can double-click on my sidebar's country- counter (at bottom of my side bar on the right) and see what happens?, if not I'll be able to help you ,just let me know! OK :)

BYe JoAnn:)

Old Wom Tigley said...

I have often seen these bridges on films but never give them much thought apart from how nice their look. You picture today prompted me to go and find out about them and why they are made so. Another lesson learned from a great picture by a great blogger. Cheers

Lilli & Nevada said...

We have a lot of covered bridges here in Oregon,I don't think any of them is like yours beautiful.
The name is so pretty.

Ash said...

Reminds me of the movie - Bridges of Madison County.

Wonderful shot. Very sharp and great colors!

happyone said...

What a lovely picture. I've always liked covered bridges.

estelle said...

I love this picture;it's simple but also refreshing and interesting...

Dick said...

Beautiful bridge and thank you for telling us about the name.

RUTH said...

Great photos of the bridge and the dog...I think I must change my name to Euharlee as people laugh as I run too....LOL
Rx

Judy said...

What wonderful photos! I'll be back often.

dot said...

Thank you all for your nice comments! I'm wondering if Estelle
can be my little neighbor girl?

JoAnn - NL "My digital eyes" :) said...

OOOPS Dot,
Sorry that I confused you with someone else,( country-counter) I Tried to help with "whatever" better to much help than none at all ehhh?

BYE :) JoAnn

PEA said...

I so love covered bridges and always find such a mystery to them. It's a shame that there aren't that many left anymore. I would love to sit and have a picnic near that bridge and just spend time admiring it and wonder at who passed through it for all these years:-) xox

Sister--Three said...

It does look like the water is laughing. Beautiful name.

Neva said...

Quite a nice shot of a lovely bridge....

Sandra said...

I also love covered bridges and this one is beautiful. Thanks for sharing!

USAincognito said...

I like covered bridges. There is just something about them that reminds me of days of old when things were simpler.

GAWO said...

I have never seen a bridge like this. Thanks for showing it

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