Over the last two days we have been travelling through the states of Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine heading eastwards, and the rusty Fall (Autumn to the rest of the world) colours all around us look amazing.
We searched out two of the many old covered bridges that still remain in this area. This one is in Newry, Maine, and goes over the Androscoggin River.
The scenery at the bridge site may be beautiful, but it is getting very cold. We had to don our warmer clothes for the first time during the trip as it was about 4 degrees mid-morning and reached 12 degrees by mid-afternoon. We expect it may get colder the further we head east.