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The 1852 Philippi Covered Bridge in Winterset, Iowa, is one of two extant bridges by Lemuel Chenowet... - Mark Summerfield/Alamy

Visit America's Most Picturesque Covered Bridges

This picture was taken around 11 a.m. in Nettie, West Virginia. Thanks to Steffanie Hartley for sending it in.

in Nettie, West Virginia. Thanks to Steffanie Hartley for sending it in.

.༺♥༻ Autumn's Splendor ༺♥༻

The heath barrens of Dolly Sods glow in fiery reds during this autumn sunset, Bear Rocks Dolly Sods Wilderness, West Virginia by Joseph Rossbach

Seneca Caverns - Pocahontas County, West Virginia - I love how it's called Pocahontas County! I love caves.

Seneca Caverns - Seneca Caverns is a show cave located in northeastern Seneca County, Ohio, USA, just outside of Flat Rock. The cave is designated as a Registered Natural Landmark by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources

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Canaan Valley, WV

Canaan Valley, WV

West Virginia  (Grant County)....My photography

West Virginia (Grant County)....My photography

Hawks Nest West Virginia. Use to go here every summer as a child.

Hawks Nest State Park in Ansted, West Virginia

Curious Rock, Spencer, West Virginia--The large cap stone precariously sitting atop the stone column almost looks like a hat. While there are local mysteries regarding the formation's origins, geologists actually have a name for this type of rock: a "Table Rock" formation, not unlike the Jug Rock formation in Indiana or the Turnip Rock formation in Michigan.

Curious Rock

Curious Rock, Spencer, West Virginia--The large cap stone precariously sitting…

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Stereotypes: A few made snap judgement about Southern and Midwestern states, with one saying West Virginia seemed to be home to 'toothless coal miners'

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