We've seen many of the Vermont bridges and found these so much easier to locate. Some could not be driven across but each one was unique. The historic Bedford town was so interesting. Hadn't realized this was the location of the Whiskey Rebellion and the headquarters for President Washington is still there. Also an unusual school, especially for that time. Their courthouse is still in use and the architectural structure is amazing, both inside and out. There was also an area known as Old Bedford that had many of the original buildings of the 1700s but we didn't stay long as there were four busloads of school children on a field trip. Would love to return at another time as they have demonstrations of life during that time period.
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