A Drive To The Brookfield Floating Bridge In Vermont Is A Perfect Way To Spend The Day
Vermont, like many other states, has a unique and fascinating history. Our state also has some very interesting facts to go along with the history. For instance, the longest historic covered bridge in the U.S. is right here in Vermont and New Hampshire (Cornish–Windsor Bridge), and did you know that there are more covered bridges per square mile in Vermont than anywhere else in the United States? Another interesting fact about Vermont bridges comes to us from the historic Brookfield Floating Bridge in Vermont.
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Often living in Vermont we only hear about the coveted cover bridges that grace the bucolic Vermont landscape, and rightfully so, for they are some of Vermont’s most cherished treasures. But, the Brookfield Floating Bridge ought not to get lost in the shuffle. If you are looking for a different and unordinary Vermont experience, a visit to this floating bridge is a great way to spend a day in Vermont.
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Luke was born and raised in Colchester, Vermont, and is a recent graduate of the University of Vermont where he studied philosophy and economics. His interests and hobbies include: reading, writing, learning new languages, hiking and playing outdoor sports.