Old bridge at Hanging Rock
On my way to Hanging Rock, I
passed this very old bridge. I can't tell you much about it, other than
it is very old, but it is still an interesting sight. Perhaps someone
could inform me on the technique in which this bridge was built?
When arriving at Hanging Rock Park, located in the Jefferson National Forest, I found a variety of different colors and sounds. You can see the influence from the continuously flowing water. Hundreds of years of eroding rock and soil to form such a beautiful location.
Little Stoney Creek was a popular location for moonshiners back in the day. The frigidly cold water, flowing from the top of High Knob, is said to make the best moonshine around.
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