Located about 20 miles north of Nashville, the Bean Blossom Covered Bridge is on the 'old main' road between Bean Blossom and Nashville. Entering Bean Blossom from the south, it will be the 1st left and that's a left-backward turn of about 130 degrees. [45 degrees is left but just off the straight line. 90 degrees is left at a right angle. 135 degrees is left and nearly turn around to return the way you came.] You can try to get the turn off before entering the Bean Blossom Creek valley (for which the bridge and the town are named). It's more difficult to locate as it's the last left turn -- before you start down hill -- to the creek. Now, how you tell it's the last turn?? I don't know. So -- unless you've been there before, head into Bean Blossom and get the road back. I missed it the 1st time, but towns small and easy to find a place to turn around.
just driving out to Story, Indiana almost any time of year is very relaxing so here's the map - click on it to enlarge