Covered Bridge blogs

At one time, covered bridges were built so folks nearby could stay dry crossing a river or get across a ravine with less difficulty.

Most covered bridges are gone.  Those remaining are landmarks which open a window into life a long time ago.

Indiana has 90 - some covered bridges standing; many still in use after renovation and reconstruction.

Wisconsin has 1.

Here's a collection of my Covered Bridge blogs:

First blog with a bridge hints there would be a lot more to come, but it was almost five years before I started featuring each Indiana covered bridge.

Wisconsin's only 'real' covered bridge is in Cedarburg (photo, right).  There are some others, smaller versions or new, which I don't count.

Ceylon Covered Bridge is in Adams County, Indiana.  Since Adams came first alphabetically, the Indiana bridge series starts there.

Brownsville Covered Bridge is in Bartholomew County.  The second bridge on our covered journey.

This may be the best name ever for a Covered Bridge, Bean Blossom in Brown County. Number 3.

The Ramp Covered Bridge is the other side of Nashville in Brown County, #4.

The 5th bridge in the series is in Carroll County, the lengthy Adams Mill Covered Bridge.

We stay in Carroll County for number six, the Lancaster Covered Bridge.

Next up, Dearborn County for a beautifully preserved Covered Bridge, the Guilford.

The Westport Bridge spans Sand Creek with quiet dignity in Decatur County.