he Warren Covered Bridge is a wooden covered bridge that crosses the Mad River in Warren, Vermont on Covered Bridge Road. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974. easy to miss while driving the Scenic Route 100 Byway.
This trusses on this bridge are covered not only on the outside, but on the inside as well… one of only two bridges left in the state with similar construction (the other being the School House Covered Bridge).
This falls cascades more than 30 feet into a large pool to create this unique landform. Located in the Granville Reservation which encompasses the forests and waters along both sides of Vermont Scenic Route 100 Byway for six miles. This unique habitat is also well known for its richness in wildlife where white-tailed deer, moose, black bear etc… call this area home.
This early fall pano view can be seen off the scenic Route 100 Byway around Granville.
Never seen so many at one time and climbing trees as well.
During my hiking in Quechee Gorge and stepping on thousand of fallen leaves, I couldn’t pass this opportunity to capture this unusual vision. Perhaps these green leaves were placed earlier by another hiker, or simply a choice of nature. The sun filtering through the forest created a bright reflection on the green leaves.
Off State Route 4 in West Woodstock, a strange combination in lieu of flowers.
While driving just south of United States Route 4 in West Woodstock. this market caught my eyes. I waited until it closed and shot this panorama composite of 9 images with no cars in the parking lot and potential buyers.
The original building was constructed in 1807. It acquired a bell produced by Paul Revere. The building was rebuilt in 1890.
Downtown Woodstock where the Public Library and the Court House are located.
Woodstock Inn & Resort