Your welcome triple play----now I've got at least a couple more I found on that ride. And I got to to "dry fork C-PT" It wasn't a bridge at all---I could see no trace of a bridge--just an easy ford. History says a bridge used to be here and was built in 1910. Next up "dry fork O-PT" I forgot to pee off of it-----nor leave my Mark ????? From the other side---there was a lot of leaves and brush caught on the bridge---so you can tell that sometimes the water got over the bridge. This one was built in 1909. When I got home I put a new rear tire on my KLR. The old dog has about 55,000 miles on it--and has seen many a tire. I usually run a Kenda K-270, but put on a Dunlop 606 to help me get around this winter. So far the 2 full days I've been doing this---I've never seen another motorcycle. Of course it's winter--and I'm out in the boonies. The weather will dictate when I can get out again and visit some more bridges. I am really enjoying this. Lot's of fun---and close to home.