1. Found Nemo! He was in Pittsford, Vermont. 

    Found Nemo! He was in Pittsford, Vermont. 

     

    Nemo snow Vermont 

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    Waiting for Spring on Flickr.Spotted in a field somewhere in Vermont. 
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    Waiting for Spring on Flickr.

    Spotted in a field somewhere in Vermont.

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    Vermont motorcycle snow VT 

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    Swiftwater Covered Bridge on Flickr.Bath, New Hampshire
For free interactive maps of all the covered bridges in New Hampshire and the rest of the United States & Canada visit coveredbridgemap.com .
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    Swiftwater Covered Bridge on Flickr.

    Bath, New Hampshire

    For free interactive maps of all the covered bridges in New Hampshire and the rest of the United States & Canada visit coveredbridgemap.com .

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    snow bridge New Hampshire covered Swiftwater NH Bath 

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    Waiting for Spring on Flickr.A roadside scene from a trip through Vermont. 
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    Waiting for Spring on Flickr.

    A roadside scene from a trip through Vermont.

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    infrared Vermont motorcycle snow VT 

  5. Shelburne Covered Bridge on Flickr.Shelburne Museum, Shelburne, Vermont, USA
This bridge was built in the town of Cambridge to replace a ferry across the Lamoille River in 1845, where it was known as the Big Bridge. Just over a 100 years later it was donated to the Shelburne Museum, where it remained active as the main entrance for many years. It’s one of only 5 remaining double barrel covered bridges in the country. 
For free interactive maps of all the covered bridges in Vermont and the rest of the United States & Canada visit coveredbridgemap.com .
Share and enjoy. This image is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License.About Me | Selected Prints

    Shelburne Covered Bridge on Flickr.

    Shelburne Museum, Shelburne, Vermont, USA

    This bridge was built in the town of Cambridge to replace a ferry across the Lamoille River in 1845, where it was known as the Big Bridge. Just over a 100 years later it was donated to the Shelburne Museum, where it remained active as the main entrance for many years. It’s one of only 5 remaining double barrel covered bridges in the country.

    For free interactive maps of all the covered bridges in Vermont and the rest of the United States & Canada visit coveredbridgemap.com .

    Share and enjoy. This image is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License.

    About Me | Selected Prints

     

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