I am a little behind on my blog from our daytrip to Vermont this past Monday. However, I still wanted to share, so here is another one of our Adventures.
On Monday Shadow, Wilma, My Mom, and I Adventured to the Kingsbury Covered Bridge in Randolph, Vermont, also referred to is the Hyde Covered Bridge. The Bridge was built in 1904. It is a wooden bridge that traverses the White River.
We had a pungent Adventure to the Kingsbury/Hyde Covered Bridge. Immediately upon arrival we noted a horrid stench, fecal matter scattered throughout the bridge and immediately proceeding it. We therefore did not venture too close, or across, as we prefer on our “normal” covered bridge Adventures. We viewed the River from the side, noting it was almost completely dry. There were pretty wildflowers throughout, as well as a tree framing the front. The sky was dramatic, changing rapidly during our visit. To the right side there was a farm, with lovely pink flowers adding to the picturesque scene. When avoiding looking down, and breathing, it was quite a lovely scene (haha). Even through it all I could not be happier in visiting yet another historic covered Bridge, it will always be a memorable one, that is for sure (Rating: 3).