Monday, April 22, 2013

Ruby Tuesday - Cornwall crossing

Covered bridge in Cornwall, Connecticut. Photo by Patti, March 2013
Ruby Tuesday 2 returns and the mere proviso of a lot or a little red is all we need. Today, Patti supplies this picture from March of the covered bridge in West Cornwall Connecticut. Crossing the Housatonic River and opened in 1841, it is one of three in Litchfield County. It actually is in use today, it being CT Route 128 - and it has had a steel frame added in 1973 for strength. It is however only one lane - so having a working horn (and not afraid to use it :) on your vehicle helps too. The barn red paint adds a period charm - and meets the requirement for RT2! 

8 comments:

Lola said...

Hope the snow's gone by now, Ralph, looks so cold!

Like the barn's ruby paint!

Lola said...

Thanks so much, Ralph, for your lovely comment over at my place!

Pride In Photos said...

Oh I can never see too many covered bridges in my life!! Thanks so much for sharing this and the very nice comment.

Laura said...

lovely photo Ralph!

Felisol said...

Great Covered bridge shot. I'd actually never heard about covered bridges before the movie with Meryl Streep and Clint Eastwood came.Now, I see romance and beauty whenever I spot a picture of covered bridges.
Thanks for sharing this specific piece of American heritage this Tuesday.

DrillerAA09 said...

I have got to make a trip to New England and experience crossing a covered bridge. Nicely captured.

Liza said...

Beautiful photo Ralph! Back here the temp is very high and the heat is terrible. If only we could have some of that snow. :)

Happy RT2!

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Gemma Wiseman said...

Covered bridges have always fascinated me - ever since seeing the old movie "Harvest Home" with Bette Davis! Thanks to the movie, i associate the bridge with deep mystery! Great photo!