Off the Beaten Path

What is more fun than planning a road trip off the beaten path? A chance to revisit some of those unfrequented spots and add a few new ones as well.

A trip through southern Indiana is in the works and there’s one place I must stop at again. The Bean Blossom Bridge is a one-lane bridge in Brown County that is most definitely off the beaten path yet, that only makes it more intriguing to me.

Built in 1880 and one of the few one-lane covered bridges still open to traffic, it is not easy to find. The gravel road getting there is also not in great shape but seeing the bridge was worth the dirt and mud on our car. Most exciting part is – I am going back! That is part of the plan that is in the works.

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Written for Fandango’s One Word Challenge – Plan

11 responses to “Off the Beaten Path”

  1. Love the covered bridge!

    1. Me too! There is something so intriguing about covered bridges. 😊

      1. I agree. I remember them in NH.

  2. I’m such a fan of these covered bridges. This one looks so charming. Glad you found it.

    1. Me, too! I am looking forward to seeing this one again. 😊

  3. Lovely path and bridge!πŸŒ³πŸ‘£

    1. Thanks, Gisela. 😊

  4. I love how green the trees are! I’m ready for them to break bud again. We are fortunate to have a covered bridge (1869) 1/4 mile away that we cross every day we go out. My son jokes that we live in a gated community. πŸ˜€

    1. That is fantastic! I would love to see that bridge. 😁

  5. Great photos of these beautiful places!! I’d be excited to go back and visit too.

    1. I am so looking forward to seeing what we missed the first time around. 😊

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