Fond Memories of Honey Run Covered Bridge

Mar 29, 2013 6:24 PM

Amy Raucher first felt "at peace" at the Honey Run Covered Bridge. She was orphaned in Sacramento at age 4, then bounced around between rough foster homes until she was finally adopted at the age of 9. Her parents brought her to the bridge, and she was blown away by it's beauty. Years later, the caretaker position opened at the bridge, and she jumped at it. Now, she's hoping to continue it's legacy. She says it's hard to keep the privately-owned bridge running. It costs about $1,000 a month, not including insurance, to keep this historic landmark maintained. She says they always need items, and currently have no lawnmower. They are also looking for more board members. For more information on the bridge, or to book the location for a wedding, log on to


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