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Old 09-01-2011, 04:25 PM
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I have been watching different Weather & News channels

I hate watching those beautiful Covered Bridges falling into the rivers, I am from Connecticut, but i also lived in New Hampshire, Vermont has the most ruined Covered Bridges. All 3 states have several of them, those beautiful bridges were built to get Model A cars across the rivers, it would be a shame if they replace them with concrete & steel. Not to mention the truck traffic that will go through towns that were built when everyone had a horse & buggy.
http://www.bridges-covered.com/

I am waiting for the water to recede in Connecticut, i have 1 sister that lives on a river & her place is prone to flooding. If her place got flooded, i'll be driving back to clean up the mess. It is the place where my Ram calender photo was taken
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