Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Wordless Wednesday, {52 Snapshots of Life} Week 45, Fall





Having a mild fall this year.  This photo shows the historical wooden bridge and the modern concrete/asphalt bridge that go over the North Platte River toward the old fort.  Kind of a cool contrast I thought!

We're joining the Wordless Wednesday blog hop today, hosted by Blog Paws.


28 comments:

  1. How odd that two such different bridges would be together. Happy WW! :)

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    1. Kind of cool! Our claim to fame here is the history.

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  2. Not complaining, but its been mild here too. Very interesting contrast.

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  3. That is cool. We are having a warm fall. Today it was 70 and I wore shorts!! Crazy but I love it :)

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    1. Kind of makes up for those times when it's nothing but cold!

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  4. Those bridges are so cool. I love the old one, but would definitely feel safer on the new one! LOL!

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    1. The old one is only for foot traffic but they have all the info signs up.

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  5. I love that photo! It looks like a neat place!

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    1. We were on the Pony Express route and the Oregon Trail. Lots of history around here.

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  6. That is a neat contrast, and looks like it was a beautiful autumn day!

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  7. It's cool seeing the contrast. I think we're going to have a harsher winter than last year.

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    1. We are supposed to also but so far so good.

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  8. Wow, it almost looks like it could be spring there. We're having a really mild fall so far too.

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    1. I know; I love all the green. Very unusual!

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  9. i think it's wonderful that they didn't tear down the old bridge when they built the new one. they look fantastic side by side.
    wags, bailey unleashed

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    1. I'm always surprised when people have heard of Fort Laramie because it's very tiny (250 people). History is big around here. We actually have a tourism industry.

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    1. Me too. Sometimes I take it for granted but it is pretty cool when I stop to think about it.

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  11. Very cool photo! We are also having a very warm (and dry) fall here.

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  12. Love the location! Would love to explore there!

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  13. What pretty scenery. Reminds me of a jigsaw puzzle.

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  14. The contrast is so interesting!

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