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Kissin or Jaynes Covered Bridge
Did you know there is a Vermont Covered Bridge Society? They have great information about each of Vermont's covered bridges. Here is what they say about this one:
The Jaynes Bridge is better known as the "Kissin' Bridge". The road it serves ends at the famous Long Trail and provides the only access to the farms and dwellings in Codding Hollow. It was named after a family who lived near the bridge when it was constructed. In 1960 the bridge was reconstructed with an independent roadway reinforced with four steel beams after a local contractor's gravel-filled dump truck fell through the floor. In 2001 a new steel roof was installed. The sign on the bridge's portal declaring it the "Kissing Bridge" was placed there in the 1950's as a prank by an out-of-towner. The prank has since become a local tradition.
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