Yea, it's up in there somewhere, over along the woodline. Can you see it? Neither can I. I was undergoing a little stress testing too.
The next morning the water receded enough that at least I can see the outline of my driveway. Maybe I should get one of those canal boats...
But, hey, I got a tractor. No problems!
So, since I'm already wet, lets go see what the bridge looks like!
Amazing! It's still there!
Somehow the bridge is still intact although nothing was bolted down. The green oak timbers that this bridge is made of are extremely heavy. Ask Ben and Tory, they'll tell you! I'm thinking that because they didn't float easily, and the fact that they were placed close together contributed to the bridge's survival.
That, and a little prayer never hurt.