Today I took the day off and went golfing. It is something that I had hoped to do more now that we are back on land and exploring North America. However, it is something that I just have not had the time to do. The last time I played golf was last March when we were back in Alabama. Go Figure!
There is a nice little course in Middleburg which is about 30 minutes from our campsite. It is just a nine- hole course but it is full length and you could get in 18 holes by just play two rounds. 18 holes and cart only cost $25. Whoo Hoo. As it turned out, the course is beautiful, very well groomed and the greens are in perfect shape.
Had a great time and ended up playing with a fellow and his nephew during the second nine. I was surprised at how well I played and ended up shooting a 94. Not too bad for a 68-year-old guy…
On the drive over to the golf course, I decided to take a back road (actually, all of the roads in this area are what I would call back roads) to follow one of the branches that flows into the Youghiogheny River. By doing this, I discovered a covered bridge that crossed the river. I had not seen a covered bridge in years so I just had to stop and capture it with my camera. I did not realize that Pennsylvania had a covered bridge but this is proof that it does!