A Natural Bridge

'Twixt business and pleasure my dad was driving through Alabama last week. He called excited to inform me that he had found the natural bridge that he had heard about as a wee tot. Spanning over 127', its the longest natural bridge east of the Rockies.
His second stop on the way home was my grandparent farm in Huntsville. While helping Papa trim some cedar trees he notice that the cows were using them as a scratching post. Then he suggested that much like humans the cows were using the cedar scent to ward off insects. Clever cows.

1 comment:

ambika said...

How have I never heard of natural bridges before? This post is making me feel like such a city girl as well as dying to see the real thing.