In the Pacific NW there is a little traveled highway that runs between Dallas and Wren.
It is known as the King's Valley Highway
and I must confess,
I have fallen in love with it.
The first time we met it was in winter and we were just making a quick trip to see the Rittner Covered Bridge located a bit south of Pedee, a small community on the highway.
But now, some 7 months later--I was back with the goal of driving the entire highway.
After all--how could I resist beautiful views like this?
(hint--he is very hard to see since I didn't have my zoom lens on,
but he is on the right side of the photo)
(oh how I love thee)!
(I love lace, even when it isn't something you can sew onto clothes)!
And then near the end
or the beginning, depending on which direction you are traveling...
the very quiet, very beautiful home of the Harris Covered Bridge.
I only wish you could hear the stillness of the area
Blessings + peace,
My earlier post on the Rittner Covered Bridge and Kings Valley Highway
area can be found here: Polk County
And, if you like covered bridges as much as I do,
you can check out my earlier posts on some of the bridges
So my question of the day is--
what is your favorite kind of historical place?