(Copyright Mel Steinhauer all rights reserved) Parke County in Indiana is known as the "Covered Bridge Capitol of the World" with 32 of the historic structures still standing. The Bridgeton Covered Bridge was originally built in 1868, with a span of 245 feet over the Big Raccoon Creek. It was in full use for 99 years until it was bypassed in 1967. In April of 2005, it was destroyed by fire but was then rebuilt the following year by the hard work and generous donations of area residents. On this beautiful fall day the water moved slowly over the Bridgeton Mill Dam and I realized how fortunate I was to see the ... Covered Bridge Reflections.
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October 30th, 2009
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