Never wrote one. Wouldn't know how to spell it anyway.
Gotten many many many.
Hey Softball, here's no better reason to host an event than an out of towner meet and greet. I'm in Portland and be more than happy to host.
Thanks for the thought, too, it's always nice to meet locals when caching in certain areas!
I'm hoping the next day to head to Bangor, check out the one covered bridge there and do a few caches, then head to Bar Harbor by mid-day so I can check into my hotel, do a few caches, eat and get a good night's sleep so I can spend two full days in Acadia before heading home Monday via Route 1 (and, of course, cache my way home!)
If you're talking about the Morse Bridge in Bangor, it has been replaced with a footbridge. It is still a decent stop, but it is no longer a covered bridge. It's probably time I updated my covered bridge listing, too!
There is a covered bridge at the Cole Land Transportation Museum - along with a Geopost Office and cache.
I thought I read the Morse Bridge burned down? Is the footbridge covered, too? I might stop anyway. =)
I love finding the covered bridges when traveling. I'm lucky enough that I have three historical covered bridges within 20 minutes of me.