Recently Named A National Historic Landmark In Vermont, Brown Bridge Is One Of The Oldest Covered Bridges In The U.S.
Vermont is the land of covered bridges and small picturesque towns. In fact, there are more than 100 covered bridges in the Green Mountain State, which amounts to more covered bridges per square mile than any other state in the U.S. Brown Covered Bridge, located in Shrewsbury, is one of the oldest and most cherished covered bridges in Vermont, and it’s still in use today.
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Covered bridges in Vermont are more than just bridges: they are a defining aspect of the Vermont landscape, something that we take pride in and cherish. There’s just something about walking across a small and old covered bridge. Nothing is more Vermont than that.
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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.
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