As we chased the colors of Fall in New England, we found several covered bridges. One is the West Cornwall covered bridge, built in 1841 in Litchfield County, in the Berkshires region of Connecticut, to cross the Housatonic River. As I stared at the structure, I wondered about the work by amazing people who built it:
The truss is an amazing structure – it is the type called Town Lattice truss:
The weathered floor boards:
We loved the setting, and the terrific colors of Fall!