26 thoughts on “Flume Covered Bridge

  1. GP Cox

    Covered bridges and horses are my weak point. I think it’s left over from childhood. Anyway, I don’t think you need a reason to post this images – it’s great!

    1. milfordstreet Post author

      Yes, especially here because it is a tourist spot. The idea was that the cover protected the more expensive and often wooden road and supports from the elements which would cause them to decay
      Oh, I enjoyed your comments on the pill box and door yesterday but WP would not allow me to like or comment on them. Cheers!

    1. milfordstreet Post author

      Thank you Monica…In 2013, this was the photo on the Christmas card I sent to my family and friends. It is in a beautiful location surrounded by mountains and a lovely gorge. Cheers!

  2. Nancy

    I love covered bridges…
    One summer I made sure to visit almost all of them in Ashtabula County, Ohio. There are several! What fun I had!
    Thank you for sharing and giving me my sweet memories back of that beautiful summer.

    1. milfordstreet Post author

      Thank you for your nice comment, Nancy. That must have been a fun summer. Are there many covered bridges in Ashtabula County? We have a bunch here in New Hampshire and they are all rather spread out.

      1. Nancy

        There are several… and some were used in the movie The Bridges of Madison County, I have been told.
        Another fun feature to go along with the bridges are wineries galore! Do you think I went to the wineries as well?? 😉

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