Your Own Covered Bridge Tour

Last year, I presented photos of the covered bridges of New Hampshire. Many of you said you had covered bridges in your area and would like to take your own tour.

This week, I was contacted about an article sponsored by an insurance company. The article talked about some of the history and facts related to these beautiful structures. The best part is that about halfway down the page, there are descriptions and links to organizing your own covered bridge tour in various parts of the U.S.

Take a look and perhaps get inspired. You can find the article here.

22 thoughts on “Your Own Covered Bridge Tour

  1. Nancy

    The Ashtabula, Ohio bridges are listed and I have seen almost all of them. Ashtabula is only 45 minutes away from me.
    Thanks for the article, Chris!
    Enjoy your 4th of July!

      1. milfordstreet Post author

        I have a YouTube video to put up later. I know most people will be able to see it and a few won’t. How is it going with the border issues there these days?

  2. Sarah

    I was thinking about maybe taking pictures of our bridges here in Berlin, they’re not covered but still nice. Your tour and the beautiful calendar you’ve send me made me think about this. šŸ˜€


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