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Wednesday, 22 November 2017

Bath & Brick



Skipping back to October's time in New England and this covered bridge in Bath, New Hampshire.





Bath also boasts the Brick Store, America's Oldest General Store.


Linking with Signs, Signs HERE

19 comments:

  1. Hello, the covered bridge is wonderful. I love the general stores, they are neat to explore.
    Great photos. Enjoy and have a happy day!

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  2. That is a long bridge, fun to look through that store I bet

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  3. I love the covered bridges here in Indiana too. That General store would be a fun place to browse. Thanks for the great photos.

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  4. That looks like a great place to visit. I'd enjoy browsing around that little store.

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  5. ...sweet, I hear this area calling me!

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  6. A pretty bridge, and I do like that warning!

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  7. I love the sign on the bridge, and agree with it. Wow, I wish I could go in this store! Did you go in, and did you buy anything? Wishing you a wonderful Thanksgiving.

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  8. Great old bridge and like the sign.
    I'd like to take a look in that neat old General Store.

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  9. Such a striking entrance to the bridge!

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  10. A beautiful bridge and a vintage sign, I like them. General stores are always fun to explore.

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  11. Nothing quite so romantic, and vintage, as a covered bridge. I love your photos. Have a GREAT Thanksgiving!

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  12. I wonder how many fines they collected? Wonderful covered bridge!

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  13. That is a beautiful bridge...and would love to go in that store.

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  14. I love covered bridges!
    Happy Thanksgiving!

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