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“$2 fine if you don't walk YOUR HORSE!!! >:-)”

Ranked #2 of 15 things to do in Windsor
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Reviewed February 19, 2014 via mobile

6 of us (3 adults, 2 teens and a tween) went across the bridge ... and stopped on the NH side to read the sign

MUST READ SIGN

The best though, is when you're entering the bridge from the NH side - there's a "fine" warning sign... telling you you must walk your horse.

Talk about awesome design, and construction techniques (where did that go?).

This is Made with Pride in USA - although almost 200 yrs ago.

The kids really loved the concept of horses, and the irony of a car with 6 driving instead of us all pushing the car across.

And we discussed how MUCH the fine really was to people back then

Thank rawsushi
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Reviewed January 7, 2014

The bridge is a must see. Built in 1866, it does not appear to have any noticeable wear and tear. It is a piece of history that you can drive through. We did 4 times. I always wonder if the individuals that built the bridge had any idea that the bridge would last as long as it has. Hats off to the good ole days.

Thank WD80
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Reviewed October 27, 2013

This is a wonderful (long, very long, heck, the longest) covered bridge. One of many in VT, all worth stopping to see, take pictures of, and marvel at what we use to do and how as old as they are, covered bridges still play a part in our daily lives.

Thank slalemand
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Reviewed October 1, 2013

What prompted the building of covered bridges? How come they are endemic to Northern New England?

If you visit this one be sure to visit the Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site. You'll leave inspired.

Thank Dr_Bill_Corcoran
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Reviewed September 8, 2013

The young man at the Old Constitution House told us not to miss this special place. We went and were treated to a wonderful sight. The bridge was wonderfully restored. I hope my pictures come out as well.

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