These 13 Beautiful Covered Bridges In Connecticut Will Remind You Of A Simpler Time
While New Hampshire and Philadelphia are arguing over who had the first covered bridges, let’s just agree that Connecticut has the best ones. Covered bridges last longer because they are better protected against the seasons, which means when you see one you really are seeing history. Some folks have started taking their engagement photos at these spots to get a different look and reflect their Nutmegger pride.
Are you a fan of the covered bridges too? Which one is your absolute favorite?
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