|Photo by Ray Rowden|
Windsor, Vermont is far from my home in Kansas - about 1,400 miles, to be exact. I have never been in this state before so it's a treat to be here. You see things like this that remind you you are NOT in Kansas anymore.
We visited the longest wooden bridge in America (it's also the longest two-span covered bridge in the world. The Cornish-Windsor Bridge was built in 1866 (this is the fourth bridge at the site).
For years, it was a toll bridge, as evidenced by the sign that remains at one end of the bridge.
The state of New Hampshire bought it in 1936 and made it toll-free in 1943.
You can drive across - on one side you are in Vermont and on the other you are in New Hampshire.