We then headed west to Medora. Medora is just a small town in southern Indiana but it has a world famous bridge near there. In fact, it's the longest covered bridge in the U.S.--460 feet long! It's a triple span bridge spanning the east fork of the White River.
A sign posted on the end of the bridge:
After the bridge visit we rode up to Brown County along the east side of Brown County State Park. Beautiful ride along there. We then traveled the scenic, curving, roads back up north from Nashville, Indiana to Martinsville, Indiana. From Martinsville, we rode back home on the west side of Indianapolis. On the way home we rode over the bridge at Morse Lake at Cicero, Indiana:
Cicero link: Morse Lake
We arrived home after a twelve hour ride (with many stops) and traveled 343 miles by my odometer. It was a nice ride but hot-94 degrees.