It’s even more gorgeous here than on your FB page.
Thanks. I love this dark backdrop for photos. I lucked out when I found this theme. WordPress is good. 🙂
Also, FB crops the photos short. I do love your blog theme. It’s great for photos, not so great for reading, but perfect for a photo blog.
This is THE bridge that I’ve seen so much of on Tapirgal’s blog, right? What a great view you got here. Looks like it goes on forever and ever! Amen! 🙂
It is indeed THE bridge. It’s one of my favorite locations anywhere. I’d live on it if they’d let me. I could build a little cottage on top.
Yup! Five miles, roughly. Was acquainted with a woman who got knocked off it in a wreck, saved by a roofer who threw her a packet of cedar shakes.
Are you serious, Sam??? Did she use the shakes as flotation devices? What an interesting story! I’m glad it had a happy ending.
Sam, I had just met that woman when I moved to Astoria. The next week or so I read about her in the paper. What an amazing rescue! It was a FEMALE roofer/contractor, too 🙂
Yes, she happened to have bales of shingles in her pickup and threw them off the bridge. Totally amazing story. I had just met the woman, a phlebotamist at the hospital. I went in for a blood draw when I moved here and then I’m reading about her in the paper….
That really is an amazing story! And quite an interesting introduction to an amazing town. 🙂
Wow! Sounds like this bridge is really part of the local lore. Can’t believe that someone survived a crash off of it, but glad she did!
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