Birthed in the high wilds of Montana, raised in the verdant inlets of Puget Sound,
found in the mirrored streets of Seattle, tested in the soft fields of Indiana
and now received into Chicago's broad, garrulous embrace.
Tuesday, August 10, 2010
The Slowest Drawbridge In The World
"The Even Longer Way Home" - Chicago River Bridge, Lakeshore Drive
Or it least it seemed that way at we all sat there waiting in 90 degree heat while being feasted on by a veritable horde of mosquitos. I've never been caught by this bridge before, and wasn't really sure why it had been drawn up in the first place. As far as I could seen none of the boats coming in or out were tall enough to worry about. Getting past the accumulated pack of walkers once it went up was an additional treat.