Thursday, February 11, 2016

Bridge warning, McCreight Lake

Should I risk it?

Someone has pencilled in a "68". Faintly, as if they weren't quite sure.

But if you're going fast enough, the bridge won't have time to decide to collapse, maybe. I made it across, twice.



5 comments:

  1. A troll is standing by, accumulating personal totals. Beware when your total exceeds 68,000 kgs, as that's when it will demand the toll!

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    1. I wonder how much a fully-loaded logging truck weighs.

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    2. Just checked; the maximum weight allowed in Alberta (didn't find BC) is 63,000 kg.

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  2. There are some bridges on logging roads that really make you stop and wonder, even if you are only on a quad. - Margy

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  3. Margy, I crossed one bridge, further down that same road. No sign, but rotting support beams on the side. Of course, I only noticed that once I was on the bridge. And then had to come back the same way. At least, the creek underneath wasn't too far down, and someone would have rescued me eventually.

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