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Discussion in 'Southeast, The Lair of the Dragon - The Blue Ridge' started by jonesy54, Mar 18, 2009.
This may be the only existing covered bridge in Greene County.
I went up from the Paint Creek side and they just graded and regraveled it to the state line. Not deep gravel so its easy to ride.
Bible's covered bridge, Warrensburg and Bible Branch Road. built in 1923.
falcofred and dwheil
Thanks for the fire tower info. I'll try it this weekend.
I got in line for the one bay car wash before the tractor.
If you have to wait too long, you can go across the street to J. A's store. The area is named after an aromatic tree.
At corner of s.allens bridge rd and cedar creek rd. Greenville tn
Cedar Creek is a fun little ride
Taken back in a western direction... shouldn't be hard to find
Aliens have landed on a "Middle" Avenue, just up the road from the corner of a road that carries the same name as the main character in "The Divine Comedy" who travels through the nine circles of hell.
It's on my "to do list" for next Sunday, if it's still current and the weather is forecast to be much more cooperative than tomorrow.
Hey, that's Randy's house!
Got it. On Central Ave just North of Dante Rd.
What a weird place!
This is a hunting club/lodge entrance. It's off a loop road. The north portion of the road borders a lake, with campsites, that was named for a prehistoric and historic Native American site. The loop is only 13.6 miles long and the tag is about midway. Most of it is paved with a mile or so on either side of the tag being gravel. It's a Pleasant ride for any ADV bike.
Here's how it looks from the main (gravel) road. See the bridge and Hunting Lodge in the shadows? Some say they have trophy DS riders mounted over the fire place!!
Well, I thought I'd add a clue.
It's in a county with the same name as our fifth president.
Is that up in Citico off Mt. Pleasant road?
I'll post another clue next week if it's still current...that's all you'll get out of me for now!
I didn't need the first clue, but I just got back from vacation late Saturday and spent Sunday unloading and working on chores, now its back to work.
It is a nice loop to ride, going up the lake. just watch out for the wild hogs.
I wondered why you hadn't chimed in, being I brought the tag almost to your doorstep.
Welcome home BTW...hope your vacation was all you wanted it to be.
The pig population around here is becoming as common as the turkeys...maybe more so. They are good eatin', though, especially smothered in Jack Daniel's Barbecue Sauce.
Vacation was great, about 1800mi of riding in New Mexico, Lots of dirt back roads.
Hog is good, Barbequed, sausage, and we live close to some of the best (Benton's)
I'll see how things are looking for the weekend, I really need to get down to Athens, and that might be a good detour
Finally found it!
On Sundays you could catch a free ride to this church on a barge and keep clear of all those copperheads!