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September 23, 2010


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Beautiful! We recently visited some covered bridges in Madison County, Iowa. We've also enjoyed exploring Parke County, Indiana.

Cindy L

Lovely! I am a major fan of covered bridges. They sound so wonderful when you're on a carriage inside, too!

Dominique King

Linda-We took this trip out to Ashtabula specifically to photograph the covered bridges there. So many, so different...and it's interesting that a good number of the covered bridges in the county are newer construction.

Cindy-Sounds like you need to go to Ashtabula County :)
It is nice having so many covered bridges in a relatively small area. The tour route past all 17 bridges is about 130 miles total, so it's possible to see all or most of them in one day. We took a little longer as we wanted to get out at each one to take at least a few photos, though.

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