Tag Archives: bridge book

#95–Celebrating coastal bridges . . .

  The Historic Alsea Bay Bridge Interpretive Center in Waldport is like a museum dedicated to the bridges of the Oregon coast and their designer Conde B. McCullough. I’ve mentioned this Interpretive Center before, but today I’ll devote more space … Continue reading

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#93–Something new to talk about . . .

After giving approximately 30 presentations since April 2011 that dealt with the book Crossings, the bridges, and old-timers’ bridge stories, I’ve rolled out a totally new presentation. In this one, I talk about the adventures of Crossings pertaining to the … Continue reading

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#92–Keeping a balance . . .

  Keeping everything in balance is not easy. I tend to work full out on something and then move to something else and so on, but I usually keep things balanced over the long haul. But I realized a few … Continue reading

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#91–Sometimes it’s so easy . . .

I tell people that I sell books because I work at it, but sometimes it’s so easy, there’s no work involved at all. Here are some examples from the past few weeks. The Crossings Guide to Oregon’s Coastal Spans arrived … Continue reading

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#89–10-hour, 15-stop South Coast marathon . . .

Although I left Florence at 7:30 a.m., I didn’t get to the motel in Gold Beach until after 5:30 p.m. Here’s how I turned a 3-hour trip into a 10-hour marathon by making many, many stops.  And it was on … Continue reading

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#87–On the road again and again and again . . .

  The big deal in my life this week is the Coast Bridge Tour that I’ll be leading tomorrow. So that’s what I want to write about. Since it takes place Saturday, I won’t be posting it until Sunday, February … Continue reading

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#86–Judy’s wonderful, incredible, so good, not too bad day . . .

It was a day to remember––January 17 !  To begin with, it was blue-sky beautiful. We’ve had two weeks of fabulous weather with cold nights but days that reached into the mid-60s with no afternoon wind. For January, it was … Continue reading

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