Friday, January 10, 2020

Flashback Friday - God’s Bridge - Martin Wiles

God’s Bridge

Horsepasture River is an eighteen-mile Wild and Scenic River that begins in Jackson County, North Carolina, meanders through the Jocassee Gorges, and ends by dumping into Lake Jocassee. The river features several predominant waterfalls in close proximity to one another. Also significant is the bridge that spans it.

My daughter and I first encountered the river while on a five-day backpacking hike on the Foothills Trail. After spending the night by Bear Creek, we soon caught our first glimpse of this impressive body of water. Even more astounding was the 115-foot wooden bridge that spanned it. We walked across in awe and were also thankful that someone had built the bridge so we wouldn’t have to ford this by swimming—which I couldn’t have done, or with a boat—which we didn’t have. The bridge also makes it easier to reach the continuous of the trail on the other side. Read more...

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