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Historic National Road sign
The two RV Gypsies drove on a Historical Road
and through the longest single span timber bridge in the United States with no posted weight limit
September 3, 2013
Embarras River sign
sign showing how the bridge was built
construction of the Cumberland Bridge
sign about the Cumberland County Covered Bridge
Cumberland County Covered Bridge
Cumberland County Covered Bridge
Lee Duquette and the Cumberland County Covered Bridge
Cumberland County Covered Bridge

View from each side of the Cumberland County Covered Bridge

View from the side of the Cumberland County Covered Bridge
View from the other side of the Cumberland County Covered Bridge
sign about the Cumberland County Covered Bridge
awards for the Cumberland County Covered Bridge
The Historic National Road
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Menu for the two RV Gypsies Adventures
in Casey, Illinois
September 3, 2013

You may visit these four (4) sites in any order you choose.
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Some of the World's
Largest Oddities

Historic Road
& Covered Bridge

Casey KOA

Richard's Farm Restaurant

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go to the next adventure  of the two RV GypsiesAFTER you have seen all four (4) sections above, please continue on to Parke County, Indiana - the Covered Bridge Capital of the World