Covered Bridge

On my travels today I found a Covered Bridge.  
It wasn’t a long Bridge.
It does have water flowing under it. 
Lots of Amish Buggies go through here.
We’re getting closer to go through it.
It has a sign with information about
the bridge.
 My person forgot to take a picture
of it.
There is a walkway on the left so you can walk across it.
We didn’t do that. 
The bridge looks like a house with two walls and a roof.
I don’t know why you need a roof on a bridge.

2 thoughts on “Covered Bridge

  1. ACorn, in the olden days (before concrete or treated wood) the roof was to protect the floor of the bridge from rotting away. They are pretty rare now in most places. How great that you got to see one!

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