Sunday, April 18, 2010


this was the longest wooden suspension bridge in the US, burned in 2008

Now the Dewey Bridge is just a playground for fools


moonshinejunkyard said...

beautiful little tribute. they keep comin and i keep readin! you are making i mean MAKING my afternoon right now. that was a magical mysterious place. i can't wait to roam the utahn ghostworld again soon. i have since found out that there are many many ruins and leftover structures and railroad ghost towns in utah. and believe me. i WILL make use of them. even if just to freak myself out.

mooncowboy said...

Yeah, tons of ghost towns in Utah! seriously everywhere, and they range from a foundation or two to fullblown towns. come back, let's endlessly explore.