Took a ride around the neighborhood and visited some bridges.
I got the idea from a thread over in chit chat but I know a lot of you guys don't go there so here they are, more later.
( stolen from Wiki )
The Red Covered Bridge is a wooden covered bridge that runs over Big Bureau Creek, north of Princeton, Illinois. It was originally built in 1863, at a cost of $3,148.57. The 149-foot (45 m) span is one of five remaining covered bridges in Illinois, and it is still open to traffic. It was once part of the Peoria-Galena Trail.
The bridge was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places on April 23, 1975.
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Nice Bluej58, that has always been the type of riding I enjoyed. Visiting small historic towns for lunch or land marks. Funny thing about the covered bridges. KZ_Rage had mentioned about photo ops on their hand offs. I turned the Google photos on in their hand off area(which I like to do for these hand offs to get a sense of what the members are experincing) and saw some covered bridges. Didn't know they were common in the Midwest.