The one where we stumble upon a covered bridge.

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When you’re traveling rural roads in northern New England, finding a covered bridge is bound to happen.

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This particular bridge was quite a nice one.

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Lovely setting, well kept and structurally sound.

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Complete with vintage warning sign.

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There were a few too many trees for the perfect money shot, but you get the idea.

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I love when the town posts a little history.

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And when my spouse has to test the construction.

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🤣

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31 thoughts on “The one where we stumble upon a covered bridge.”

  1. Covered bridges have always fascinated me, I love them. And just like Carol, they remind me of the Bridges of Madison County film, one of my favorite films ever! Of course the hubs had to check it’s structural worthiness, lol.

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  2. I have only one question, what was the purpise of putting a cover on a bridge, to make sure the running track did not rot? Why not cover the whole highway to prevent snow and ice build-up in winter? There’s no walking area, so it isn’t a place for pedestrians to take refuge during a storm? Or does a cover make the whole bridge stronger to maybe survive a hurricane, tornodo, or flash flood?

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