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A very good idea. Must of took something to get that over the brook.
Pretty good idea. They like to use old mobile home frames in my neck of the woods. There's an old one on my property that needs to go and I'm seriously thinking about using it for a bridge at my driveway.
Any title that has Bridge in it has got my attention. I havebuilt nine bridges on my property... (Image hidden from quote, click to view.) (Image hidden from quote, click to view.)
Quote from: Kbeitz on April 17, 2017, 05:24:29 amAny title that has Bridge in it has got my attention. I havebuilt nine bridges on my property... (Image hidden from quote, click to view.) (Image hidden from quote, click to view.) Nice bridge.
I had to drive a big Bobcat across a suspension bridge once. Strange experience. When you first drive off the abutment, you drop down and all the slack moves out in front of you like a bow wave. As you reach the middle, you start to climb up the bow in the decking, and when you go past the halfway point, all the slack moves behind you and you drop about two and a half feet.
Oh come on guys, where's your sense of adventure??
DonWe hang out in Floyd County and hope to retire there. Love the peace and quiet!I think I've been in your area with a scout troop camping in 2000's.
When Floyd get's too hectic folks come over here I was over there a month or few ago. I drop through there sometimes when shunpiking my way back from Roanoke or Blacksburg. We caught fire in Charlotte and spent 3 days living in and working on the camper in a junkyard there. Nicest folks you could hope to meet. They pointed out the heavy chevy's and ran us a tab on honor, we exchanged Christmas cards for several years.I helped with a rainbow bridge at the scout camp here by the New River last summer. They are a fun and easy bridge to build with kids, build it wider and throw a tarp over it and you have quick shelter. Grayson Highlands State Park here is also a popular camping and hiking spot. That's a couple of the wild ponies that help keep it open in the background. (Image hidden from quote, click to view.)That is Mt Rogers in the background looking from the highlands in this old pic. The AT crosses over that mountain;(Image hidden from quote, click to view.)We built a house in Copper Hill in Floyd Co some years ago. I'm working with a contractor from Pilot in your county over here on a job now. We can see your Buffalo Mt when we're up on some of our peaks.
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