Be careful guys, if the government finds out that we’re addicted to old bridges there’s a good chance they’ll have a program to correct us of the problem, and worse yet historic bridges will become illegal and be destroyed even faster than they already are.
No, you don't have to Bring Your Own Bridge, West Virignia and Ohio already have that one that they don't know what to do with.
We start the second Tuesday of next week under the Bellaire Bridge. http://bridgehunter.com/wv/marshall/bh36178/ (You might want to wear a hard hat.)
Just one question.......what night are the meetings on?
...which I think is to stop doing it, in which case, NO!
Maybe it's time we start a support group.
Hi, I'm J.R. and I'm a bridge hunt-a-holic, and I'm usually in the "Uh-oh!" doghouse.
I've tried to quit, but I just can't help myself. When I'm driving through the countryside, the "Old Bridge Radar" goes off and before I know it, I'm out of the car and taking photos of yet, another bridge to research and post here.
So now that I've admitted that I have a "bridge problem," it's on to step 2...
Heh, you will NEVER be alone in the uh-oh department, at least as long as I'm here!
Fear not - I have made the same mistake many times. When you have several similar bridges over the same stream in the same county it can get very confusing.
Have no fear J.R. as long as I am around you will never be alone in the "Uh-Oh" department :)
And here I thought *I* was the only one!
Thanks for reassuring me, Wayne!
Moved them back I had it right the first time. DUH!
Note , moved photos posted here to Little River Bridge McCurtin County, Oklahoma as I had misidentified it as The Glover River Bridge.