Oregon has numerous covered bridges and many of them are located in the Willamette and McKenzie Valleys. This particular bridge was built in 1936. It is a wooden bridge, and is covered to keep the planks better for a longer period of time.
Across the street from the bridge is an old grocery store that looks A) Haunted and B) like those guys from American Pickers would love it. Back in the 90's it was still a regular store. It looked spooky, but when I tried to poke my camera lens into the hole in the glass, my battery went dead. Who knows what I would have spotted if I had taken more photos, but I decided it was best to head into Lowell.
See that cute little orb that wanted it's picture taken at the base of the sign? She looks like a fairy to me! I followed the finger into Lowell.
This house is located at the entrance into Lowell, by Dexter Lake. They work so hard on most holidays to decorate it for us to enjoy. Thanks, you guys, I appreciate your hard work:
After taking the pictures of this home, I left Lowell and headed up Hwy 58 with a couple other destinations in mind.
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