Monday, May 11, 2009

Covered Bridges and Lancaster, Pennsylvania

It's been such a long time since I've blogged! You may remember that I went back to work after surgery on March 30. Well, while I was out someone in corporate decided that it was a good idea to block our access to all online storage sites, including Flickr! So, I no longer have access to my photos at work unless I email them to myself from home. I finally remembered to do that last night. So I'm Back!!

These first two are of the Loux Bridge, located on the border of Bedminster and Plumstead Townships in Bucks County. It runs over Cabin Run Stream. It was built on 1874 of hemlock, and at 89 feet is one of the shortest in Bucks County.

The second group of photos was taken at Red Run Campground in New Holland, PA, which is in Lancaster County. This is where we will be spending our Memorial Day weekend in out new camper - I can't wait! Hopefully, if all goes well this weekend, we will be taking some exciting camping trips next year! The second photo is my favorite...

I'm going to try to post more often, I promise! I've missed everyone!

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