Litchfield County, Connecticut (Part 2)

September 21, 2013  •  Leave a Comment

Continuing along..... After I take one pictures at Bulls Bridge, back on the road again.  I drive past my reason for this road trip. Kent Falls.  There is someplace I want to visit first and it should be a quick side trip.... It was gonna be quick until I saw this orange thing in front of me with flashing yellow, then red lights.  "Are you freakin kidding me.. A school bus!".. Im so screwed now... 25 mins to go 6 miles. I was going crazy and that large coffee with cream and sugar wasn't helping me either. After spending some time behind the school bus (It was the short bus.) I FINALLY arrive at the destination.

West Cornwall Covered Bridge. Cornwall-Sharon, Connecticut. The West Cornwall Covered Bridge (also known as Hart Bridge) is a wooden lattice truss bridge built over the Housatonic River in the town of Cornwall, Connecticut. It is estimated to have been built around 1864.

As I stood there taking pictures I kept thinking that I don't remember the river looking like this.  I ran into some "old people" and started talking to them. When Hurricane Irene came through it  caused some flooding as well as changed the contour of the river.. So I took some pretty pictures and back in my car and down the road.  I FINALLY get to Kent Falls State Park  YEA!!!!..By this time, that large coffee was becoming a problem......


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