March 30, 2021

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As if a roaring waterfall wasn’t enough to get one to contemplate the wonderment of passages (just where DOES all that water come from exactly-and it goes WHERE?), the unique bowstring pony truss-built Horton Bridge, built around 1900 and moved here in 1930 (covered in 1939) where it was originally a highway bridge over the Amnicon River, adds another layer to the imagination as it circulates and swirls in the eddy’s of time.