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Old May 18, 2008, 1:43 PM   #11
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Sure does look sturdy enough, nice work. Don't forget to post the finished project pictures here as well.

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Old May 18, 2008, 5:28 PM   #12
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Looks good, I don't know anything about bridges, but that one looks like it will never fall down.
Hopefully it will out last me, Rodney! LOL I don't want to do it again!

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Old May 18, 2008, 5:29 PM   #13
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Nice stout bridge, Dawg!

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Thanks Dennis...This is my first bridge so I'm hoping I do it right!

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Old May 18, 2008, 5:39 PM   #14
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Nice looking bridge and Wife there Glen. Mine just has to span a deeper and wider gap than that one is all. Don't worry about the mix up on the name...I've had lots of folks do that. The georgia Bulldogs are also called the Dawgs but I get mine from my now deceased best friend Thor..A 150 pound Rottweiler. I use him as my avatar to keep his memory alive. A real Big Dawg indeed he was! In the South all dogs are Dawgs because that is the way it is pronounced here. I put the name Big Dawg on my dodge diesel pickup in his memory and because of the old saying "If you can't run with the Big Dawgs, you need to stay on the porch", some folks at work started calling me that after seeing it on the tag on the diesel's front bumper!.

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Old May 18, 2008, 5:41 PM   #15
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Dawg, Do you really expect the boys to use the bridge when there is a bit of a creek to "play in"?
This particular creek is not the best to play in too many SNAKES!!!!!!!

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I'm with interested observer. Having raised three boys and been the oldest of eight children, that creek is just to tempting to go over on a bridge. Good luck!:-)

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Read the above post and you'l know why they don't do that. LOL

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Old May 18, 2008, 5:44 PM   #17
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Dawg,

That's quite an ambitious project. But being a gramps myself, I know how you feel about grand children.

I guess you couldname your project - Bridging the Generation Gap.

Hope to see some photos of it when you're done.

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You've got it Jim! Don't worry I'll be doing up dates on it!

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Sure does look sturdy enough, nice work. Don't forget to post the finished project pictures here as well.

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I promise I will Ira!

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