Thursday, December 6, 2007

View from Natchez Trace Bridge


A few people asked me if one is able to walk across the Natchez Trace Parkway Bridge which I featured the other day. Yes! The 150-ft. high bridge doesn't have a sidewalk, but the shoulder is wide enough for one to walk safely along the bridge. While we were on the bridge, there were several families up there, also. (One was taking a family photo to use in the holiday card.) And, as one would imagine, wildlife abounds in the area.

The road running under the bridge is Hwy. 96. The bridge and most of the road visible in my photo are in Williamson County (Franklin). However, not too far from where you see the white barn roof on the left is the Davidson County line (Nashville).

9 comments:

Hyde DP said...

still plenty of autumn colours your way I see

Felicia said...

Wow, that is a great view. Lots of beautiful trees and open space.

Jim said...

The hills are beautiful.

Rambling Round said...

Some really nice views here!

Me said...

That is some gorgeous scenery! Oh how I miss the forested hills... oh my. Take me now... take me home, country roads...

Glenn Standish said...

Lovely shot! Will the whole of December be dedicated to bridges? Good job!

Today on TORUĊƒ DP we have an interesting post involving Nazi Officers. So if you're interested in history...come and check it out!

Jilly said...

A fabulous view from a superb and unusual bridge.

Chris, I tried to answer your various questions on Monte Carlo DP. Thanks so much for visiting. J x

isabella said...

I love this part of the country!

Ming the Merciless said...

The hills are alive with the sound of music.....