Dr. Knisely

Continuing with my covered bridges of Bedford County. Part one is here.

This is the Dr. Knisely covered bridge. I can find no information why it is named that. There is a little more information on the bridge HERE.







 view of the inside.


It was while I was on this side of the bridge that I almost stepped on a small snake. Gave me quite a scare. Mom and Dad heard me scream clear across the creek. Boy I hate snakes.

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Tex at Run Around Ranch for GOOD FENCES.



Comments

TexWisGirl said…
nice bridge and very nice fencery. :)

you have to unclick the box for auto-enhance under your google+ account settings.
Cloudia said…
Such fine functional hand built things!
Linda W. said…
Cute little bridge! As far as the auto enhance, I remember it had something to do with getting into your Google plus settings and choosing not to have your photos auto enhanced. good luck!
Wonderful photos - such a beautiful bridge.
Birgitta said…
Wonderful photos!
Christine said…
This is such a pretty bridge from all sides! I love the white and red it is painted in,
Glad you and the snake managed to avoid contact! I hate snakes too!
Have a lovely day!
Debby Ray said…
What a beautiful, picturesque setting...a great place to go sit...just as long as there are no snakes. I do NOT like hem either. Awesome photos!
Gert said…
Gorgeous photos ! I only saw one of the bridges a million years ago­čśŐ They are so pretty, thank God I didn't encounter a snake! Eeeks, I hate snakes too!!!!
The Furry Gnome said…
Covered bridges always seem both interesting and picturesque.
eileeninmd said…
What a pretty design and bridge. I like the colors, it is a little different than other covered bridges I have seen. Great shots. Happy Tuesday, enjoy your day!
What a pretty bridge! Snakes....now that would have made me scream, too!
Sandra said…
this is one of the prettiest covered bridges i have seen. i love the open side to it, it is a work of art and your photos are beautiful
Rose said…
This is one of the prettiest covered bridges I have ever seen...it is just so charming.

I am fine with snakes...not specially afraid of them...but still to almost step on one might make me squeal! I can hear me now.
Revrunner said…
:-) Used to collect snakes.
maryaustria said…
A beautiful bridge! It fits so perfect in the scenery!
Bill said…
We should thank the good Doctor--- whoever he is. Lovely.
Holly Myers said…
Love any bride shots! Nice work Felicia!
Barb said…
Looks in great repair. (Possibly because no cars allowed?)
Primitive Stars said…
Morning Felicia, gorgeous covered bridge pictures, oh how I long for warm summer days seeing the photos... Blessings Francine.
Alicia Erica said…
Awesome photos!
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Pamela Gordon said…
What a sweet little covered bridge. We have about 60 left in our province. They are disappearing fast as there were double that 30 years ago I think. It looks so nice and warm in the photos too. Can't wait for summer! Have a great day.
Brian King said…
Beautiful bridge! Love it with all the green!
Love those covered bridge! Great photos!

I will publish a post this week about the film "The Bridges of Madison County", with Meryl Streep and Clint Eastwood. A lovely film!
Beautiful and so nice to see such GREEN grass and trees around that covered bridge. I hate snakes too, Felicia and would have screamed even louder!!!
Amy Franks said…
it's quite lovely, so happy we don't have snakes here :-)
Ida said…
This is a lovely covered bridge. The second and third shots of it are especially nice and show the fencing quite well. - Sorry about the snake scare. I don't hate them and am really not afraid of them other than being startled when I see one.
ladyfi said…
These are a delight!
Tom said…
few things are more lovely than a covered bridge
Am in love with this bridge! You hit the jackpot of photos. So inviting!
Great memories for you (well, maybe not the snake part) ... And beautiful pictures of this charmer. Thanks for sharing and for the link back to the earlier post, since as usual I'm catching up.
LV said…
Wonderful showing of this lovely bridge.
Celestina Marie said…
Hi Felicia, this bridge is gorgeous. Your photos are beautiful and always perfect. I would have given out a scream for the snake too. Not a fan at all.
Have a nice weekend. Blessings.
Rose said…
Very nice images...love all the details.
Lois Evensen said…
Beautiful bridge. Thanks for stopping by my blog. I'm glad to meet you and am now "following" your blog. :)
Paul said…
Beautiful group of pictures, love the lines of this old wooden bridge!
Linda said…
Pretty scenes! I wonder who Doc Knisely was.
Excelentes e belas fotografias.
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Bethany Carson said…
That is a very neat bridge! Great shots! Ah, that would be scary to run into a snake!
Lovely bridges!

I have some sympathy for small snakes, too!
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Beautiful bridge and love the grassy path leading in and out of it. And just remember that the snake is much more scared of you than you are of it! Deb xo
Mascha said…
Very pretty bridge! Glkad to see it through your lens
Jeevan said…
Splendid capture on the bridge! I love covered bridges and it’s really good to take a view inside the pretty bridge. Glad the snake didn't take revenge. lol