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The two RV Gypsies enjoyed
The Doe River Covered Bridge
in Elizabethton, Tennessee
May 29, 2013

panorama of The Doe River and the covered bridge in Tennessee

The Doe River covered bridge in Elizabethton, Tennessee was built in 1882 and is believed to be the oldest such bridge in the state still used daily.

sign about the covered bridge
Covered Bridge in Elizabethton, Tennessee
Karen Duquette in front of the Covered Bridge in Elizabethton, Tennessee
Lee Duquette on the Covered Bridge in Elizabethton, Tennessee

Karen Duquette entered the covered bridge, the looked down through the slats on the floor of the covered bridge.

Karen Duquette entering the covered bridge
looking down through the slats on the floor of the covered bridge

Below: a historical tree stump and close-up photo of the plaque

a historical tree stump
the plaque
plaque
Lee Duquette at the bridge by the Doe River

After a casual stroll around the covered bridge and the Doe River, the two RV Gypsies drove a short distance to the visitor center and enjoyed a picnic lunch at Harmon Park.

Elizabethton welcome center sign
Harmon Park sign
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Oddities in Bristol/Kingsport

KOA & the city of Bristol

Doe River & a Covered Bridge
in Elizabethton

Blue Hole Falls,
Carter County

Sycamore Shoals State Historic Area, Elizabethton, TN

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