A bridge on the road less traveled.
Ever wonder where the road less taken goes. Me too, but I would think that this path was made by people who built bridges.
This is a photo of the bridge I help to build 30 years ago so that we could access the wood behind the cabin. It crosses a small brook where I played with my cousins as a child. As men, my cousins and I logged the forest and haul out logs over this bridge to my uncle’s sawmill.
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3 responses to “One-Liner Wednessdays — A bridge on the road less traveled”
That’s a nice piece of history. 😀 Thanks for sharing, Tony. It looks like a very sturdy bridge. 🙂
The bridge is very sturdy. We made it with 3 rails and a dozen railway ties. It wasn’t like the railway was using them or anything. 😀
It’s a lovely old bridge full of memories.