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I was reading the news headlines this morning and came across this one...

Marathon span: World's longest sea bridge opens 

I click over to read the article and find that this bridge spans 26.4 across the Jiaozhou Bay in China..man am I glad I won't be driving in China. Heck I have a hard time driving across the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel and it's only 20 miles across the lower Chesapeake Bay and while I've only done it  a handful of times.  

This kind of bridge is more my speed...

we lived about a mile from this bridge in Merrimack New Hampshire and I still have fond memories of taking our golden retriever Maggie down to Babossic Brook....and ya know that is one of the things I miss about living up North..the beauty...So you choose, which bridge would you rather go over, a 26.4 mile span full of concrete or this beautiful covered bridge painted red that spans a little brook?

until next time...

Be Kind..

Kelly Ann

 

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  1. Covered bridge any day!!!!

    Janet xox

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  2. O, for sure the covered bridge you have pictured above! Have you ever been over the "Nice" bridge in MD, on 301? That is a hard one too. I had to go over each way on Tuesday, and I was proud to say I had only a little fluttering going on. Bridges are NOT my fav. Been over the Chesapeake bridge also - also NOT something I like to do. I'd rather not go. lol. Betchya miss N.E., eh? My parents were from Maine. I love all of N.E. Sigh....

    Martha

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  3. I grew up not too far from there. My sis still lives in the area and recently purchased a house in Merrimack. The area is beautiful in spite of the bears and turkeys in the back yard.

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