Sunday, May 16, 2010

A golfers' bridge


Here's a small bridge at the Parkview Golf Club. It seems a bit smaller than the Golden Gate bridge in San Francisco. This is another Sunday bridge series started by Louis La Vache in San Francisco.


16 comments:

  1. Quite a difference between the two bridges! City Daily Photo site must be down because I cannot get into it. Darn! Just when I have some free time to enjoy my fellow bloggers, but I managed to get into a few by backtracking. Have a good Sunday and forthcoming week, Leif!

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  2. hee hee
    Good one, Leif! It doesn't by definition have to be a bridge cars cross over! «Louis» left the definition of 'bridges' loose just for reasons like this!

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  3. A very nice golf bridge. I hope I could get the cart over it without missing it! Maybe it is only for walkers!

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  4. Hehe. Baby brother of the Golden Gate?

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  5. Small bridges are cool! Especially wooden ones!

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  6. A wooden foot bridge (or for golf carts) certaintly qualifies---for me anyway. MB

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  7. OMG, someone stole Jacob's golf carts!

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  8. A bridge is a bridge. :) I used to like driving over a bridge like that in a golf cart when I was a kid.

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  9. Just as pretty as the GGB but with less maintenance.

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  10. If you can't wow them with size you can always make them smile.

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  11. It's still a bridge! I am also perplexed thinking of what my next bridge will be.

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  12. It maybe small, but I'm sure it gets a lot os use!

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  13. Just a tad...but I doubt anyone will notice ;-D

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  14. Smaller than the Golden Gate Bridge? Hmmm. I've never been to San Francisco so I can't be sure. Well, I haven't been to that golf course either, come to think of it.

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  15. Until they come out with 4 wheel drive golf carts, the golf courses need bridges like this.

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