Friday, November 11, 2022

I fixed a bridge


There is a big bridge around here that I often walk across to pass from one side of the Mississippi River to the other.

It is not a terrible bridge. It is sturdily built and has two relatively large sidewalk paths, secluded from car traffic, on both sides. It has good metal railings and dramatic views up and downstream. My darling wife and I like to walk on it and say hello to our eagle friends, one who is shy and one who isn't.

But I do not love this bridge. It is full of cars! And they are so loud and take up so much room and make it all worse (even if sometimes I am in one of those cars!). It is too big and noisy and windy and hard.

So I fixed it. Mostly.

Anyway it's better. 

It looks like this now:

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