With at least a foot of snow descending upon most of New England right now, how about a throwback to the inviting warmth of this past spring?
When I arrived at the 137-year-old Creamery Covered Bridge in Brattleboro, it was early June. The surrounding woods were alive with jostling leaves and bird songs and I was serenaded by the murmur of a lively creek as it meandered through the shallow gorge below.
The view from the road didn’t strike me at first, so I made my way down beside the water. “This still won’t do,” I determined, unable to get a clear view of the bridge from the forest-crowded riverbank. Off came my shoes and socks and, with pant legs rolled up, I waded into the cool waters of Whetstone Brook where I found the vista I had envisioned!
Ahhh, those warm days will be back soon enough, folks! Until then, stay warm and avoid wading barefoot in any streams…
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