Approaching the Brushy Mountain Tunnel

This tunnel was one of the two reasons [the other being the Pumpkinvine Creek Trestle Bridge] why I chose that special part of the Silver Comet Trail in Georgia for my ride. More about that day here: RailTrailsRoadTrip 2018 – Day 4 [Bicycling the Silver Comet Trail in Georgia].

Der Brushy Mountain Tunnel kommt in Sicht

Dieser Tunnel war einer der beiden Gründe [der andere war die Pumpkinvine Creek Trestle Brücke] warum ich gerade dieses Teilstück des Silver Comet Trails in Georgia für meine Radtour ausgewählt hatte. Mehr über diesen Tag hier: RailTrailsRoadTrip 2018 – Day 4 [Bicycling the Silver Comet Trail in Georgia].

Brushy Mountain Tunnel

10 Gedanken zu „Approaching the Brushy Mountain Tunnel

    1. Thanks, Amy, for the comment. I have a few more pictures from that side of the tunnel, and I chose this because it shows the rocks on the left as well as the tunnel opening. Two of them are here, plus a video of me riding my bicycle through the tunnel [].

  1. Looks very verdant and lovely. And worth the price of admission, just to be able to say „One fine day, as I was riding over the Pumpkinvine Creek Trestle Bridge…“ We don’t have anything around here with a great name like that! 🙂

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    1. As Mark Twain said, „That awful German language.“ 😉 A turnip is feminine [die Ruebe] but a girl is neuter [das Maedchen] – where’s the logic in that?
      Jave a great weekend, Anneli,

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