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Covered Bridges in Lancaster Co

Updated on March 12, 2011
by JR Hager II
by JR Hager II

.....that is 'some' not 'all' the.......

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.

Covered Bridges

by JR Hager II
by JR Hager II
by JR Hager II
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by JR Hager II
by JR Hager II
by JR Hager II
by JR Hager II
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by JR Hager II
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