Today Wilma and I Adventured to the Ashuelot Covered Bridge in Winchester, New Hampshire. The Ashuelot Covered Bridge is a wooden bridge that traverses the Ashuelot River. It was built in 1864 and later renovated in 1999.
We had a fun Adventure to the Ashuelot Covered Bridge. I remember stopping once when driving by this Bridge to take a photograph but this is the first time we have gotten out to explore. I was excited to investigate this unique bridge. We found a spot to park, and hopped out to wander around. There was a group of teenagers under the bridge so we decided not to go beneath. We took some photograph from above and then crossed the bridge. It was nice to find a pedestrian pathway on both sides of the bridge, quite unusual. We took our time walking through both sides, peering out down the River. The bridge was quite loud when cars passed causing us both to jump on several occasions. I took photographs on both sides to capture the full picture. We then walked down past the bridge to find a little area on the water’s edge to photograph the bridge from the side. It was nice to find a bridge with such unique color, and character. Before we left Wilma enjoyed some rolls to celebrate the Adventure. These rolls made me smile, remembering sweet Shadow. So glad we could Adventure to the Ashuelot Covered Bridge today (Rating: 4).