Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Memorial Day Morning, and A Bridge in Madison County



We fished for catfish on Green Mountian Lake.
It was early,, and quiet.


I love the atmosphere and noise the bridge makes.

See where the fish jumped..


There were Canadian Geese, some on their nests.

We had grain fed catfish for supper this evening.
The best I ever ate.
We will go back...soon, to Green Mountian in Madison County.

26 comments:

Rustique Gal said...

Oh, I'd love to stroll up that river and walk the bridge. I love covered bridges and the sounds they make. I think about all the stories they could tell! Happy June!
Sherry

minnamarika said...

I would love to take a walk to that bridge! We don´t have that kind of bridges in Finland at all! Amazing and beautiful pictures!!

Have a nice Thursday :)

Sue said...

I just love covered bridges! Growing up on the Illinois/Indiana line, we would often take day or weekend trips to seek out some of these treasures. Green Mountain looks like a lovely place!

Sue

Paula said...

Dear Marcie,
Thank you for sharing your beautiful photos! So glad you had a nice time fishing. What a lovely covered bridge and lake too! Very peaceful and serene! Just what I need in my life! :) The Canadian Geese are so pretty! Have a wonderful day! Love, Paula

Terri Kahrs said...

Your pictures are beautiful - so serene! I can almost feel a breeze and smell the woods. Thank you for sharing your trip! Hugs, Terri xoxo

Lynns Lovelies said...

Oh Marcie, I agree what a beautiful spot to spend the day~~
Just serenely peaceful and your photos are just amazing. I am so happy that you had such a spectacular day...and great food, too:)

Love,
Lynn♥

~Let FREEDOM Ring!~

Possible Impossibilities Studio said...

I can hear clopping hooves echoing through that lovely bridge all the way to California! Beautiful!
~ Deb

Katie@LeBeauPaonVictorien said...

How amazingly beautiful! It looks so peaceful and tranquil!

Caroline said...

Your photos are so serene. My MIL is on her way to Kansas in a couple of weeks and she plans on stopping in Madison County to check out the bridge(s).

The Feathered Nest said...

What a gorgeous old bridge Marcie!! I know you both must have had a wonderful time ~ wishing you a great weekend sweet friend, hugs and love, Dawn

Diane said...

I loved the book too, Marcie! And your photos. I hope all of these beautiful structures around our country are preserved...
Diane

Bernideen said...

How very peaceful!

Romeo said...

Wow! What a beautiful peaceful spot....I bet I could fall asleep within minutes and dream of.....yep, catfish! Looking at that fellow who wouldn't?!?! (Hey, what to expect, I'm a cat you know)

Romeo and "her"

Dolly said...

Ouuuu that covered bridge is amazing!
How very romantic!

Mmmm I love catfish....yummy you are making my mouth water!

Hugz, Dolly

Anne - Fiona and Twig said...

Hi Marcie!
What gorgeous photos, I wish we had bridges like that down here in Texas.
Lovely!

Have a wonderful week!
Anne

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What gorgeous photos,
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Jonny said...

Hi Marcie, Gosh the beautiful green in all these photos is amazing! Have a wonderful day, Sincerely,Jonny

Nancy said...

How idyllic is that? Absolutely beautiful bridge pictures. I immediately thought of the movie when I saw that first picture!
Sounds like a charming day!

The Tin Rabbit said...

How totally beautiful! I love fishing... We went Memorial Day,now, after seeing this...I'm ready to go back! Have a wonderful week! XO, Ann

Debra@Common Ground said...

Hi Marcie, so glad you came by and joined in for the giveaway. and thanks so much for linking to the giveaway on your sidebar!
Your photos of the bridge are just wonderful and wow, was that dinner you were holding? Covered bridges have such a beauty and mystique. Loved seeing your post!
xo,
Debra

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

What a PEACEFUL place to be ....yes I too am glad the bridges have survived all these years.
Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment. My knee seems to feel a bit better today.
They sure did not have to twist it so much when they were taking those XRays.... did not help my pain levels any that's for sure.

We have friends coming over from Dallas next week-end

Rose

Queen of Dreamsz said...

Hi Marcie,

What a beautiful post!

Thanks for visiting me and strolling through my studio. I came in search of yours but don't see a post?

Have a great day,
Stephanie ♥

Barbara Jean said...

Hi Marcie,
I so love when you come by an d leave me notes. =)
Yes, my play area is certainly a work in progress.
and yes, i have a lot going on. too much sometimes. I wonder how/if, I will even get caught up.
But I keep plugging away.

Rain? It's Oregon. We don't have rain. =))
Seriously, Rain is slowing down now that summer is here. only a few sprinkles today.

Hope you will have a great week.
You are one special lady!

blessings, hugs, and smiles,
Barbara Jean

Kelly Mac said...

What beautiful pictures. I love covered bridges! They have such as special feeling about them. Your blog is wonderful. I too am feeling pulled between primitive and Victorian. Thanks for giving me the inspiration to edit and redo.

Kelly, simple-southern-suburbia.blogspot.com

Brayton Homestead Interiors said...

beautiful images of peace and tranquility. I love the covered bridge. It looks fully restored, how nice...

karen

Kim said...

What beautiful bridges and scenery -- the catfish isn't so cute, though :). I'm glad it was tasty.