Strolling Across a Suspension Bridge

The weekend away was a good one. It’s nice to recharge once in awhile and do something out of the norm.  If you need a little excitement in your day, check out our video from the hike! Crossing the Drift Creek Suspension Bridge:

 

Pretty scary bridge, huh? It was the first time we really used our new GoPro camera so it’s been a fun learning experience.

QUESTION: Would you be able to cross that bridge?

 

Because I love the beach so much, I wanted to share a few more photos. Here are some outtakes from last weekend:

 

4 Responses

  1. Heights aren’t my problem, snakes are. Last suspension bridge I think I crossed was the Capilano Suspension Bridge in Vancouver (thanks for reminding me to look for my keychain that says “Reassuringly Wobbly since 1889.” Found it!).

    I’m just glad you had sunshine at the beach! (PS Wind is my least favorite weather)

    1. Heights are definitely my problem! And spiders! How did you handle that snake photo I posted from my trip to Arizona? 🙂

      Wind isn’t fun but I’d prefer wind to rain any day!

  2. Bridges are a favorite of mine. I make it a point to walk across bridges as a part of my recovery. I have walked the Hoover Dam Bridge (Tillman), the Brooklyn Bridge, Arlington Bridge and several smaller bridges. If there is a pedestrian walkway and I am there – I walk it. It reminds me that Bridges are MEANT to be crossed – physically, emotionally and spiritually.

    Jane~
    Keepingthepoundsoff.com

    1. That’s really powerful. I like that. I walk across a bridge every morning to work. I used to be afraid to walk it because bridges freaked me out. But I started doing it to get over the fear and I’m okay now.

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