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Tuesday, August 9, 2011


On Sunday we took a trip to our daughters and then she took us to see this awesome covered bridge in a little town called Mishicot which is here in Wisconsin. I even got to walk across it. Sure don't see these  kind of bridges much anymore.    


Angela said...

Such a beautiful picture. I have never seen but one old covered bridge. I always think of old movies that featured such bridges when I see a picture of one. The place looks so peaceful and serene. Thanks for sharing

Raymond Homestead said...

Those old covered bridges are so neat!

~Madalynne~ said...

So pretty! Vermont still has a lot of covered bridges ~ which is a wonderful day trip ~ lots of fun!

Robin at The Primitive Hutch said...

I love the old covered bridges!
There is a small one in Waupaca,WI. and one near Cedarburg that I know of.
Thanks for sharing Becky!
Prim Blessings

Sheila said...

What peaceful looking place that must be. As a child growing up in New Hampshire, my dad would take us on Sunday rides which often took us over a covered bridge or two. A fond memory for sure.
Your gardens are SO beautiful Ginger!
TFS such beautiful pictures of them.

TheCrankyCrow said...

Beautiful bridge - and wonderful photo Becky. I've never been to Mishicot...and you're right, they're few and far between....especially here. Hope you're having a good week! Smiles & Hugs ~ Robin

Karen said...

Oh, what a pretty bridge, and to think, it's right here in Wisconsin. I never knew there was one in Mishicot. We stumbled across the one in Waupaca a few weeks ago, and it is gorgeous, too!

Anonymous said...

Hi, I just found your blog. You have a wonderful garden. Very beautiful.
I love those old bridges too. We don't have bridges like that in The Netherlands.
Have a wonderful day.