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I drove around the vicinity today. I found a covered bridge built by a farmer who owned land on both sides of the river. At first it was uncovered, but, given the rainy nature of the climate here, he had a lot of cows being injured crossing the slippery wet timbers. So, He built a roof over it. It is now classified as an historic structure, it will preserved. It was peaceful and quiet along the ...
... in 1924 when vehicles were fewer, slower and narrower. As you can see it’s an attractive bridge (as bridges go!) but meeting a large truck coming in the opposite direction just as you are passing one of the metal stanchions can present problems. Luckily the rending sound we heard was just the awning strut breaking and not the side of the van being ripped open. Also lucky that the 6 foot piece of metal that was ...
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And back home in time for Easter to be spent with Mike! The ONE holiday in the past NINE months that I won't be missing!
... for todays catch and will have to wait until we get together again to catch up.
All of the photos will be on the Blog today. Most will also be on Flickr for those of you who wish to look there.
Tomorrow we're off to Seaquest State Park, near Toutle, WA. It's about sixty miles from the Mount Saint Helen's Visitor Center. We'll be there at least two nights and hope to see the mountain again, depending ...
... Chinese dragon dancers who made a couple of passes through. They were mostly young people on the drums and in the costumes.
We also went to the Coastal Maritime Museum to learn the maritime history of the area. There was a great display with sounds of the radio and ocean about a Coast Guard rescue of a small boat. It was very realistic.
We also saw a couple of ocean going cargo ships pass by. We learned that there are ...