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Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Railroad Bridge II - Moss grows on what side of the tree?

Posted By on Wed, Oct 29, 2008 at 1:12 AM

This segment from my previous blog explains why I am a former Boy Scout. Obviously I meant to say that I walked on the northen side of the street that morning - which is where the crack in the concrete is.

Usually I walk along the southern side of the bridge, but a few weeks ago I changed my routine and  - call me crazy! - walked on the southern side.

I got so excited I screwed up the directions.

Mea Culpa

Mea Culpa

Mea Culpa


On the other hand . . .

I wonder how many UA buses drive over that bridge every day?


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