So that is why it is in such good condition! And along with the snow, it all looks like a Norman Rockwell painting!
An incredible feat to reconstruct such a building by voluntary labour alone. Well done to them.
So meaning when the work is done by volunteers.
How wonderful to have such caring people around!! Excellent pictures by the way.
Finalmente a neve chegou.Um abraço e bom fim-de-semana.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
I was thinking what a nice looking building it was and in such good shape. I supposed for 3 years old it should...lol I'm assuming they build it to resemble a much older one. Love the covered bridge too.
I love covered bridges! Great photos Rose.
I agree with Ginny, it does look Normal Rockwellish… that is a really cool old mill building and the bridge and mill together is really pretty.... that bridge looks longer than most I have seen in photos.
Beautiful winterscape images!! How unfortunate that an arsonist burned the bridge down. Kudos to the volunteers!
Hari OMI LOVE this... the simplicity of style, and so striking in the snow with its serious red! YAM xx
The bridge has been rebuilt...good..Lovely image..of the buildings and the bridge.Devi :)
Hello, I love covered bridges. I am glad this one was able to be rebuilt. Enjoy your day, have a happy weekend!
How beautiful the red looks in the snow!
it's a great series of picture of the old mill and the new bridge Rose....peter:)
The mill pictures look very good. It's a fine structure. The covered bridge is a good replacement.
A gorgeous winter scene. I love the mill and the covered bridge. I would love to go there and take pictures!
Well done to the volunteers.It's a lovely colour building.All the best Jan
Beautiful red building and the snow is a bonus.What a shame about the bridge being burned down, but nice to hear of the volunteers who rebuilt it!!
I really like seeing covered bridges. This red one looks very nice in the snow.
A beautiful covered bridge. I photographed the bridges of Madison County, IA. One of those had also been destroyed by arson and rebuilt. I don't understand the idiots who destroy our heritage this way.
This is so nice to see. It looks like it is in good shape.
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