Today Shadow, Wilma, and I Adventured to the Durgin Covered Bridge in Sandwich, New Hampshire. The Durgin Covered Bridge traverses the Cold River. It was built in 1869 and is one of the few surviving 19th century covered bridges in New Hampshire.
We had a short Adventure to the Durgin Covered Bridge, on a day of numerous Adventures. Upon arrival to the Durgin Bridge we spotted a not so friendly dog down the street, and although on leash, the owner appeared to be struggling to maintain control. I therefore felt a bit uneasy about this location, and we did not stay as long as I would have otherwise.
My initial plan was to head to the River to see the Bridge from below. It was not incredibly easy to arrive at the water’s edge but we managed to stumble down an overgrown path to reach this goal. As per my usual, unusual (haha), I decided to wade through the water with the pups, a nice cool down on this warm day. The rocks were round and colorful, adding lovely shades to the clear flowing River. Shadow took a minute to lay down, while Wilma quickly found a rock to pose on. The Bridge was beautiful and scenic. It was challenging to get a full panoramic view, a little cloudy, and in addition to my worries of the unfriendly, furry neighbor my photos were far from representative of this lovely spot. However it really was a pretty Bridge. So glad we could Adventure to the Durgin Covered Bridge today (Rating: 4).