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Old May 17, 2008, 10:49 PM   #1
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Kinda off topic...but I'm building this so my grandchildren can cross over and visit when they want to.

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Old May 18, 2008, 1:14 AM   #4
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Looks good, I don't know anything about bridges, but that one looks like it will never fall down.
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Nice stout bridge, Dawg!

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Old May 18, 2008, 5:33 AM   #6
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Dawg, what is it about Georgia and bridges? My son and I built one, although quite a bit smaller, in his back yard down in Woodstock. I really enjoy working with wood and bridges are nice because they add a little more engineering than a normal project. As Rodney said, yours looks sturdy and well designed. Ours is not nearly as complicated, but here is a shot of the finished product along with my lovely wife.

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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"?
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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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Dawg, so sorry about assigning you to Georgia! Iguess your name messed me up!

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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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