The Bridge of Freed Slave, Horace King, PART II: Cee’s Which Way Challenge 2014 #27

Red Oak Creek Covered Bridge in Georgia was built in the 1840s by Horace King, freed slave and bridge builder, and is the oldest and longest surviving wooden covered bridge in Georgia.

Last week, if you missed it you can still see it by clicking here, we showed one side of the covered bridge. This week, get ready, because – yup, you’re right if you guessed – we’re going to show “the other side”. Wow!

By the way, check out this week’s photo challenge from Cee’s Photography.

The Bridge of Freed Slave, Horace King
The Red Oak Creek Covered Bridge – The Other Side

pic by Randy Mazie

pic by Randy Mazie

pic by Randy Mazie

pic by Randy Mazie

pic by Randy Mazie

pic by Randy Mazie

pic by Randy Mazie

pic by Randy Mazie

Happy New Year!

Randy Mazie

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