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In exploring Amish country, my husband and I had the best times while driving on secondary roads, studying the area map, and coming across covered bridges like this one. There wasn't really a shoulder to stop on to take photos but since there was virtually...More
My husband picked up a map at the visitors center of the locations of the covered bridges in Lancaster county. The bridges themselves aren't anything spectacular; however, the landscape we saw along the journey was most rewarding. It is a fun family adventure.
And this fitted the bill. It's not that difficult to find if you follow Frogtown Road. We drove both ways over it and took photos from both sides. Just as I imagined a covered bridge to be. Well worth seeing if you are in the...More