Covered Bridge in Bridgton

Covered bridge with some fall colored foliage

Fall foliage is slowly starting in the southern part of Maine as you can see from this picture of the Bob Dunning Memorial Bridge taken October 6 in Pondicherry Park, Bridgton Maine. The covered bridge is a replica built as a memorial in the park and incorporates both old and new covered bridge construction.

On the drive to Bridgton yesterday along Rt 35, through Rt 107 we encountered 3 deer grazing in a field who decided to cross about the same time we passed–thankfully no one was hurt–deer or human, and later, a small flock of wild turkeys, to complete the fall outing.

I f ¬†you are in Bridgton on Saturday, be sure to check out the Farer’s Market where you can get a great cup of coffee, homemade cookies, and raw cow milk from a local farm!

No color nearby? Check out Where to Watch Canada’s Leaves Change Coloyr for some great photos of peak spots in Canada.

Enjoy the leaf-peeping! Be sure to post a comment in the Foliage Forum if you find some great cider donuts or have a picture to share.

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