Today Wilma and I Adventured to the Keniston Covered Bridge in Andover, New Hampshire. Keniston Bridge was built in 1882 and crosses the Blackwater River.
We had a simple Adventure to the Keniston Covered Bridge. I was not planning on visiting two covered bridges today but we drove right by the sign (#15 I believe) and I could not resist. I photographed the bridge on one side before driving through and we then both got out to explore. Although the area was very quiet, I am usually very hesitant to walk through bridges open to car traffic as often you, as a pedestrian, can end up in a blind spot. So therefore we did not walk all the way through but sauntered around. We were pleased again to find a little trail down to the River’s edge. The bridge was quite dull, and unappealing. Nearby the bridge there was what appeared to be a leftover metal bridge frame, a surprise aspect of this location. Wilma made me laugh late as I peaked at her “posed” photos – she just about closed her eyes in all of them! Not a very scenic stop, however, always good to cross another covered bridge off our list today (Rating: 3).
2 thoughts on “May 16, 2020 – Keniston Covered Bridge – New Hampshire”
Just include the birch trees and you win we over! Nice job.
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That’s true 😁