So, the trip up to Emma was uneventful, except for this one moment in time. You’ll have to forgive the shoddy camera work. It’s tough to drive, gear down, and take successful video at the same time, but hopefully you get a sense of the strangeness of this metal bridge that connects the land on each side the South Saskatchewan river (kind of like the way I’m connecting with you). I hadn’t planned on taking the video, so you get the radio instead of a lot of voice-over (after nearly 4 hours of driving, I was tired of listening to cd’s), the bug guts on the windshield, and the delight of follwoing a camper over the water. (I’m not really going very fast at all, but it looks faster in the video.)

8 thoughts on “UN-A-BRIDGED

    • Totally! The first time I encountered it I thought it was under construction, but I now realize that’s the way it is. Who would think you’d have to drive on the side of the bridge rather than in the middle!

  1. Oh, I totally forgot about that bridge until seeing that. That is an awesome bridge. It’s funny because as soon as I saw the buildings and that turn to get on it I remembered it all.

    • How could you ever forget the ghost train bridge?? I think I had ghost train dreams after posting the ghost train story. Reminded me of those ghost stories at Sage one summer.

  2. Am I the only one who noticed your toenails? Nice toenails? Down the west coast of New Zealand they have car-train bridges with traffic lights that tell you not to go on the bridge if the train is coming. And it’s a one lane bridge.

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