The Free Bridge in a Fog
A civil engineer's paradise.
Bridges Over Bridges
Once a hub of industrial transportation,
this small city boasts not only bridges,
but canals and rivers too.
Surrounding the backdrop of this historical eye-candy,
Easton has been reinventing itself as a tourist town.
The Toll Bridge
...Easton has almost become a worthwhile destination.
If it wasn't for the abundance of guards hollering and shouting at people
it would be a worthwhile destination.
And drive very carefully,
because police citations appeared rampant too.
I'm not sure what the reason was for soooo many people getting pulled over.
That part seemed a little hostile.
Rivers and Bridges
But it is a destination that is calling me to return.
On a recent day trip, my camera and I
only covered a square mile of what is to be seen and photographed.
Pants-on-the-Ground Bridges - They have them too.
(I just learned you are not allowed to take pics from this bridge.
Nearby Phillipsburg (NJ), Lehigh and Allentown
offer up visual feasts as well.
And, I really need to figure out how to access
a rock outcrop that provides an visual overview of Easton.
I know it is possible.
I've read about it.
I've seen the images.
I just couldn't locate the access.
A Sad Bridge
So, I am going back.
Red's Bridge, Phillipsburg, NJ
Officer 'Red' lost his life responding to a call of a domestic dispute.
Only this time,
I will find one of those trendy, upscale places for lunch.
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