Covered Bridges in Lancaster Co

by JR Hager II
by JR Hager II

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Covered Bridges in Lancaster County. Most of them have been taken down or left to rot. But Amish Jack and I found some that were still standing and usable. It's a pleasure traveling around with him.

Jack is as chuck-full of knowledge about his history, as he is as chuck-full of 'Pennsylvania Dutch Cooking' as he is as chuck-full of his genuine kindness. I feel privileged and thankful.

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