Fall Days and Covered Bridges

What a beautiful weekend we had here in Pennsylvania. Nothing better than sunshine on cool fall days, drives through winding country roads following the trail of Covered Bridge Festivals.                                                                                                                                                                                      We started our morning at The White Bridge built in the early 1900’s.  It’s the longest covered bridge in Greene county.  Like most covered bridges, it is tucked away where you wouldn’t find it unless you followed the signs or your GPS!   Once we made the turn off the black-top onto the country road, this is what we came upon..Carriage rides, civil war re-enactors, homemade food and crafts, pumpkins and mums, music…it was heaven!

And it was only the beginning, before the weekend was over we had three more bridges and festivals to see, but I’ll save that for later, and wish you blessings for now.


About 49andcounting

Hi! I'm a mom, wife, grammy, sister, friend at that ALMOST 50 age!! (Okay, since I started this a few years ago...well, add a bit to 49andcounting!) How the heck did I get here so fast?!? I love, love, love- my girls, antiques, rural America, history, Jesus, junkin,the lake and my Big Boy...not particularly in that order. It's about time I change this profile a bit. After a year or living in our 5th wheel in beautiful Pennsylvania, My Big Boy and I are back to the Kansas Prairies. And there's just nothing like "Home Sweet Home". Hitting the Big 50 has its own unique, well...let's say...blessings :) So come along, laugh with me...cry with me...praise God with me...and let's do this 49andcounting thing, together!
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2 Responses to Fall Days and Covered Bridges

  1. notquiteold says:

    Thanks for sharing your lovely weekend.

  2. Was all that I love! History, fall weather, garage sales…isn’t doesn’t get much better!

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