|This wasn't it but I could barely tear myself away from this place|
The weather was gorgeous and finding a covered bridge I'd been thinking about was almost beside the point.
|The Green County Courthouse sent waves of chamber music around the square|
The historic town square in Monroe overflowed with classical music while wise ass kids lobbed back blasts of hip hop from open car windows. I wasn't even in the right city to find the bridge I wanted to see, but it was fascinating.
Younger kids were on scooters and skateboards, making it look like Mayberry in the time of the Virus.
When I finally found the Clarence Covered Bridge (the thing I'd been looking for) I'd seen a rushing dam, a reopened state park with playgrounds wrapped up like crime scenes, masks sold like roadside vegetables, and a town square playing speaker wars (a country western station was also in the mix).
I'm exhausted and on my last nerve after a day of installation guys hammering next door and doing whatever it was that sounded like an earthquake, so I'm going to sign off and save a few photos for another post.
And besides, it's time to turn the dial up to 11 and SAY CHEESE!