What’s good: NJ’s only covered bridge

The covered bridge in Sergeantsville, NJ.

Exposed roots in the river bed/

I have a fondness for covered bridges. My little town of Spencerville, Ind., had the only one in the northern half of the state. It was a source of pride for the 300 town residents. I’ve spent a lot of time the last three years photographing Vermont’s 110 covered bridges. New Jersey only has one, in Sergeantsville. I was in the area this afternoon, so I drove over. The bridge is nice and I loved the exposed roots of a tree in the river bed.

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