Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Covered

The Barrackville Covered Bridge was built in 1853 by Eli and Lemuel Chenoweh, West Virginia's pioneer bridge builders.  It was saved from destruction during Jones Raid in 1863 by the Ice family, nearby mill owners.

When Bob, Greg and I each pulled out our Nikons to photograph the bridge, I guess you could say we had it "covered".  January 2013

7 comments:

Chantal Vandenberg said...

Fantastic meaningful layout!!!

Sharon Fritchey said...

Awesome photos of the covered bridge!!!! I love how you scrapped them, Cindy! Your pages are always unique and beautiful!!!!!

Lauren said...

I love the colors you choose for this layout. Very pretty!

Micupoftea~ said...

haha, great pun! I love covered bridges...of course, there are none in CA

Anna C said...

You all definitely have it covered! Great lo!

Heather Landry said...

You and Bob have such wonderful adventures! I think covered bridges are gorgeous and I've always wanted to visit one.

Connie said...

I dearly love this layout because it represents great memories for me. For many years we crossed this bridge - and after they retired it - went by this bridge on the way to my grandparents house. Wonderful layout.