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October 14, 2011


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Kerry Dexter

I like the idea of replacing bridges that would need replacement anyway with this, and that the vocational school students got to build it, too. creative ideas all around -- as is your story on it. thanks.

Dominique King

I like the idea of putting up new covered bridges, and this particular one seems to have been a real community project (voc school students building it, donated materials, etc).
A bridge like this certainly has more character than most, and it's a great addition in a county where they celebrate the covered bridges.


And it's so much nicer to look at than a concrete bridge!

Dominique King

Lisa-they are pretty picturesque, aren't they?

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