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Wehr's Covered Bridge in LeHigh Valley, Pennsylvania
August 29, 2014

The two RV Gypsies walked down a short, grassy hill from the parking lot by the bridge and stood by the water. Looking left  they saw a dam and looking right they saw Wehr's Covered Bridge.

Dam by Wehr's Covered Bridge in PA
Wehr's Covered Bridge in LeHigh Valley PA

As usual, Karen Duquette wanted to feel the temperature of the water.

Karen Duquette

Wehr's Bridge is the fourth of five covered bridges that cross Jordan Creek in Lehigh County.  The 140 foot long, 17 foot wide, Burr Truss Bridge was built in 1841.  Originally known as Sieger's Bridge, the term "Wehr's Bridge" became more common after the opening of Wehr's Mill, which was built nearby in 1862.   The bridge, along with the nearby Guth Bridge, forms South Whitehall Township's Covered Bridge Park that is anchored by both bridges and runs along side Jordan Creek.

Wehr's Covered Bridge
Karen Duquette at Wehr's Covered Bridge

View from the side of Wehr's Covered Bridge

View from the side of Wehr's Covered Bridge
View from the side of Wehr's Covered Bridge
Wehr's Covered Bridge

The toad of the Two RV Gypsies in the parking lot by Wehr's Covered Bridge.

The toad of the Two RV Gypsies

The two RV Gypsies tried to find more covered bridges, but the map they were given was not very clear, and they got lost several times, so after three covered bridges, they gave up.

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The triple tunnel

Bogert Covered Bridge

Guth's Covered Bridge

Wehr's Covered Bridge

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continue on to the state of New York AFTER you have viewed all the sections above, please continue on to explore Woodstock, Saugerties Lighthouse, Brunel Park, Opus 40, sculptures, the world's largest kaleidoscope, Lake George, the Natural Stone Bridge, Ausable Chasm, High Gorge Falls and more in New York.