Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Wordless Wednesday- Pennsylvania Bridges







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40 comments:

  1. I love these covered bridges! I'll have to send this link to my hubster- he's from Pennsylvania, originally.

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  2. Covered bridges always make me think of Ichabod Crane. Hmmmm....

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  3. I love covered bridges - they're so quaint!

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  4. just beautiful!! I used to live in that part of the country.

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  5. Beautiful. I'm guessing it's covered to keep snow from piling up in winter.

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  6. I love the covered bridges, great shots!

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  7. whenever I'm on a driving holiday in USA, I love to drive through or on old bridges or something like that!

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  8. great shots of the covered bridges.

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  9. I love covered bridges...we don't have a lot of them around here. :(crup

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  10. Love your pictures...we were just looking at Maine's map last week trying to draw out a weekend trip to see several of the ones we have. We're looking at leaf-peeping time, but probably will need to make B&B reserves here soon. THanks for inspiring me to get going.

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  11. Reminds me of Vermont...and the smell of apples...and the brisk breeze on my face...and snowflakes sticking to my nose and eyelashes...and hot buttered rum...and...
    Thanks for the memories.
    Great shots.

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  12. Gorgeous photos of covered bridges.

    Love them.

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  13. Fantastic job. I love covered bridges and I'm lucky that there are a couple near me, here in central PA.

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  14. Makes me want to go visit....now!!

    Happy WW!!

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  15. I've never seen a covered bridge over here in Oz, but they look sweet :)

    Happy WW!

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  16. I love these pictures. Those covered bridges are great. I did spend last weekend in the lovely Pennsylvania and Ohio countryside, but I guess I was nowhere near these. Unfortunately everytime I go, I see most of Pennsylvania from Route 80 :(.

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  17. They look like farm huts moved over a river!

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  18. Beautiful pics! The setting could be Vermont. Somehow I don't associate PA with covered bridges.

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  19. you do have to get off the highways. there are many covered bridges in PA and NE Ohio..and there is something very appealing about them.

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  20. Where is Meryl and Clint? I think covered bridges are on the same level as lighthouses. People just love them and seek them out. In Southern Indiana, they have a covered bridge festival each fall. I'd love to get back here during that time.

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  21. What a great covered bridge.

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  22. Old covered bridges look so cozy and practical--a little shelter from the snow for the horses and buggies and cars. Great photos!

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  23. Those covered bridges give me such a nostalgic feeling. They're beautiful ... nicely photographed!!!

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  24. These are great pictures! I love covered bridges!

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  25. Covered bridges are so Americana to me. Love them

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  26. What is it about covered bridges that makes me feel so peaceful? Great pictures!

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  27. Your bridges are beautiful. They take me back to a quieter time.

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  28. I thought I already commented, but I guess not. Love the old bridges. Thanks for linkin up for WW!

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  29. I love covered bridges!

    and catie, we're buying a house on the delaware bay in delaware! so we'll be neighbors across the bay!

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  30. Beth, I will stand on the edge of the water and wave to you! you will not see me, 'cause it is way too far...but I will still wave.

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  31. I love old bridges. Most of the designs are so cool.

    Very nice photos.

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  32. Looks so quaint and peaceful. Makes me want to take a deep breath and relax!

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  33. Wonderful bridges. Nothing like being inside them. These are great summer shots!

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  34. Just lovely Caite...makes me think of Bridges of Madison County.

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  35. Beautiful, and very Madison County :).

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  36. That is gorgeous! I'd love to see Pennsylvania someday. :)

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  37. Gorgeous photos. Covered bridges are somehow fascinating- all that craftsmanship.

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