S is for Suspension Bridge - a bridge that has the roadway supported by a series of wire ropes that hang from cables stretched between tall towers.
|Tishomingo State Park, Mississippi, USA, September 20, 2015|
This pedestrian only bridge is known as the Swinging Bridge because there is a slight movement with each footstep. The cables are anchored into the ground at each end of the bridge.
Signs are posted advising "No more than five people on the bridge at one time." The more people on the bridge, the more the bridge moves.
View of Bear Creek from the middle of the bridge.
Wild Bird Wednesday
|Northern Mockingbird, Pickwick, Tennessee, USA, November 5, 2015|
Northern Mockingbirds are wide-spread across North America. They are great mimics of other bird's songs.
|Pinson, Tennessee, USA, November 15, 2015|
Last Sunday we stopped at Pinson to see the Artesian Well. Natural spring water is supposed to have health benefits, and people bring jugs to catch the water.
My immune system is a bit low, so I did not taste it. Actually it did not look the slightest bit appealing to me. Pinson is also the site of fifteen American Indian burial and ceremonial mounds.
Have a Wonderful Wednesday!
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