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9 February 2020

Building Bridges

Almost exactly a year ago, I took my first Offbeat Auburn video of the old bridge over Sougahatchee Creek (which was scheduled to be replaced). Today I revisted that site, and, yes, there is a brand new bridge at the location. The videos below document the new structure as well as another new bridge elsewhere in Lee County (with a brief interlude featuring an armadillo):

Here is a photo of the previous bridge spanning the Sougahatchee (which I took back in 2016):

And here is a photo from September 2015 of the old bridge over Hodnett Creek:

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