Wed, 1/29 @ 9:50AM – snowy trail » Wed, 1/29 @ 9:50AM – snowy trail

Wed, 1/29 @ 9:50AM - snowy trail. Boris checks his phone for messages while I snap this picture. We have just followed a hidden access trail off the interstate at the Cahaba River bridge. The trail goes under the I-65 bridge and then all the way down to the Cahaba River. I cannot tell if it is leftover from construction work as it does provide a way of making a u-turn to head southbound on I-65 or if it predates the construction and widening of the interstate that was finished last year.

Wed, 1/29 @ 9:50AM – snowy trail. Boris checks his phone for messages while I snap this picture. We have just followed a hidden access trail off the interstate at the Cahaba River bridge. The trail goes under the I-65 bridge and then all the way down to the Cahaba River. I cannot tell if it is leftover from construction work as it does provide a way of making a u-turn to head southbound on I-65 or if it predates the construction and widening of the interstate that was finished last year.

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