Filed under: Arcata, Eureka, Humboldt | Tags: 2012, Arcata, bayside, bridge, california, current-events, Eureka, flooding, hansen road, Humboldt, NorCal
Sorry if the lighting is not quite right on a few of them. The spring on my normal lens broke, disabling automatic exposure.
Filed under: Arcata, bicycle, Humboldt, McKinleyville, Railroad, trails | Tags: A&MR RR, bridge, Hammon Trail, Hammond Lumber Company
Unfortunately I didn’t have the cash on me to get the paper. Still though, what was it about? Are we unable to afford the upkeep of the bridge? If we are unable to afford the upkeep of this, how are to afford the additional trails, the three in a row bridges across the the Mad River for the A&MR RR trail?
Ok, I was right. Jack posts under his photos of the bridge:
The Readers’ Digest version of the Hammond Bridge story is that it’s rusting away and may eventually need to be replaced. Personally, I think if they do nothing the bridge will last for at least 50 more years. So when I’m 90, I’ll get concerned.
gCaptain did or found a nice series of posts, or links to posts.
If you can dream it, you can build it. His post of 5 Most Ambitious Bridge Designs of Today.
Indestructible USB drive. Drown it in boiling water, burn it, freeze it, throw it. It doesn’t seem to matter.