Hi everyone. I have a question, and I know that some of my good friends here can help me. We will be going on a motorhome trip along the Oregon coast this summer and when I was viewing an Oregon website, it talked of covered bridges. Being a hopeless romantic, I truly would love to see one - has been a desire of mine since I watched The Bridges Of Madison County with Clint Eastwood. It lists them by counties, and to tell you guys the truth, I could not make heads nor tails out of where they were really located. Please keep in mind that I do not know how to read a map....ask me anything you like about the business world of finance, mergers and acquisitions and I can talk on and on about it, but we have discovered, in our travels, that the best way I can assist in the map dept. is to keep my eye out for a nice wide spot that Greg can pull over into so HE can look at the map, and I can fix him a sandwich while he is doing so. What happened to the days of my having an assistant to do those things for me - aaahh yes, retirement!!! Ask me any question you can think of regarding equestrian matters, and I've got your answer, but can't tell you if we heading north, west, east or south!!! Which is prompting Greg to look into getting me one of those GPS systems that talks to you and tells you "you are going the wrong way". As planning the trip is usually my job and he lets me know if there is someplace special he would like to see or go to, I was wondering if any of you seasoned RV'ers have traveled the Orgeon Coast (silly question, of course, you have) and if you could tell me if there were any covered bridges near the coastal roads. I realize that my friend, John Blue is off hobknobbing around, preparing to board a cruise ship - (yes Jackie, my friend, we are not the only cruisers hanging out here). I have no doubt that Beastdriver, John, Butch, Big Ben, MeterMan46, Browzin or some of you others can clarify for me..... Thank you all in advance,,,see how confident I am that you will come thru!!!