Greg Moore wrote: ↑Mon Feb 17, 2020 8:57 am
Are you sure it made it as far as Bull's Bridge?
Mr. Moore, you're a "native", and I'm just a Greenwich kid who was "sent up the line to school".
But we should both know the difference between Bull's and Bulls.
"Once upon a time" or back in Revolutionary War days, the Bull family, descendants of Capt. Thomas Bull, "owned it all" including the land now owned by the School.
To X the Housatonic at its closest point to NY, the family built the famous covered bridge, BULL'S Bridge, that remains in use today (albeit with stringent vehicle height and weight restrictions).
For reasons I know not, the highway (if you can call it that) running from the Bridge, over Spooner Hill, by the School, X-ing the ROW and converging with South Kent Road, got named BULLS Bridge Road.
So in short, absent a realignment unknown to either you, me, and any of the "other hands" we have around here from up that way, the noted power could well have died, at Bulls Bridge (Road), but not Bull's Bridge.
I hope you read this "history lesson" in the ssme spirit with which I wrote it.