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Emily's Bridge
Me on Emily's Covered Bridge in Stowe

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Nice one.

I've always wondered though ... why did they cover them?

Puente Isabel

I love those old covered wooden bridges.

They are usually very cool and calming when you walk or drive through them. So many are being lost... there are fewer and fewer.

Mine is up...

We kind of had the same idea here, Kim!
I like your take:)

Jenn:

I love quaint little bridges. :-)

That's a very nice bridge, and picture too.

Mira:

This looks like a very old and dated bridge, interesting. Here's mine http://www.mirasblog.com/2009/02/photo-hunt-6-bridge.html

I love covered bridges, but I've only seen a few in my life. Guess I'm visiting the wrong states.

Eden:

I love covered bridges. Yours reminded me of the movie with Clint Eastwood -Bridges of Madison County?

sandrac:

Lovely, Kim!

Kathy (Trekcapri):

Hi Kim, great photo theme selection! We don't have many covered type bridges where I live, so it's great seeing them. They're very cool looking.

Have a great weekend!

Niiice!
There aren't a lot of covered bridges left, are there?
Do you know why people started covering the bridges? I wonder..

I love covered bridges but have only seen a couple. Lovely photo, Kim.

I love covered bridges also, and have only seen a few myself. Cool photo!

That is one cool bridge. I didn't realize that there were some in Vermont. I need to search out some nearby in Oregon. Nice selection.

jam:

What a cute little covered bridge! Nice shot!

I've never seen one in person but I love looking at photos of them. I too wonder what the purpose of covering them was? Great post.

Lisa:

It also reminded me of The Bridges of Madison County.

That's an interesting covered bridge. Thanks for sharing.

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