I was talking to these people about their adventure. They went out the night before, snowshoed in a mile and a half and snow camped for the night. They said it was a little cold but worth the experience.
The Fisher Covered Railroad Bridge is a covered bridge in Wolcott, Vermont. Built in 1908, it originally carried the St. Johnsbury and Lamoille County Railroad over the Lamoille River. Now closed, it was the last covered bridge in Vermont to carry railroad traffic, and is a rare surviving example in the state of a double Town lattice truss. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974.
During one of our few sunny days this winter. I am so sick of the cloudy skies.
A totally different perspective of the Slaughterhouse Covered Bridge.
I thought I would take a late afternoon trip to Stark New Hampshire. Even though it was in the low 20s and my fingers were cold, It was worth the trip.
The Sawyers Crossing Covered Bridge, also known as the Cresson Bridge, is a wooden covered bridge carrying Sawyers Crossing Road over the Ashuelot River in northern Swanzey, New Hampshire. It is a two-span Town truss construction, resting on abutments and a central pier made of split granite. It was built in 1859 to replace a bridge built in 1771. It is 117 feet (36 m) long and 17 feet (5.2 m) wide.
The bridge was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.