This past weekend we had a getaway to Vermont, which involved many Adventures, most of which I will blog about. We stayed in a cabin in the woods, and due to no wifi I am far behind on my blog, therefore posting much later then preferred. However, definitely some amazing locations that I am excited to share. I now will continue our Vermont Adventures from the weekend…in no particular order.
This past weekend Shadow, Wilma, My Mom, and I Adventured to the Red Covered Bridge in Morristown, Vermont. The Red Covered Bridge was built in 1896 and crosses the Sterling Brook. It is approximately 64 feet in length, and is located in a rural section of town.
We had a lovely visit to the Red Covered Bridge. I was so excited to find a “Red” Bridge although little did I know there would be two red colored bridges on our adventures. I had located this bridge on our tourist map, and although the map was not quite as detailed as I would have hoped, we still were able to locate this bridge. We discovered the Red Covered Bridge on a quiet dirt road, away from the hustle and bustle of town. As expected it was bright red in color, and crossed high above a gorge, encompassing the Sterling Brook River. We romped around for a bit making sure to view each perspective. The surrounding landscaping was a bit dull, although there were some autumnal orange foliage nearby. We were so glad to visit the official Red Covered Bridge (Rating: 4)