Today Wilma and I Adventured to the Carlton Covered Bridge in Swanzey, New Hampshire. The Carlton Covered bridge is a wooden bridge that crosses the Ashuelot River. The Carlton Bridge was built in 1789.
We had a hazy Adventure to the Carlton Covered Bridge. I was pleased to find this bridge away from homes, and in more of a country setting then many. We hopped out of the car and took some photographs, and the drove across to take photographs from the other side. Although it was a quiet area, it still seemed a little unsafe to walk through, especially with a little Wilma in tow! The bridge was surrounded by fields, creating a lovely scene. We were able to locate one spot to go under the bridge, and found a little sandy area. The water did not seem too clean so I decided to spend minimal time near the shore. It was so nice to find a peaceful bridge on our last Adventure of the day (Rating: 3.5)
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A country setting definitely calls for a roll!