Timber bridges

Discussion in 'Hardscaping' started by Lite4, Jan 17, 2009.

  1. LindblomRJ

    LindblomRJ LawnSite Silver Member
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    That sounds a lot like what I did years ago. I had a lot of fun. I met a girl and got married and ended up moving away.
     
  2. Lite4

    Lite4 LawnSite Gold Member
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    It always amazes me what we give up for our wives and families, but it is totally worth it.
     
  3. LindblomRJ

    LindblomRJ LawnSite Silver Member
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    That is true. And it doesn't feel like I gave up anything. Rather gained much much more. And I still get to do the work I like. The only gripe I have is the location. But even then its not so bad.
     
  4. Lite4

    Lite4 LawnSite Gold Member
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    I have never been to South Dakota, but it must be beautiful around the black hills area. I have a friend that moved his family to North Dakota a few years ago. He is a pastor in a church in Fargo or just outside of it. He says it gets insanely cold there, which I can imagine. I grew up in Bozeman Montana. I remember it always being 20 to 40 below zero there in the winter. I think my blood is too thin for those temps now though.
     
  5. Lucky Star Lawn Care

    Lucky Star Lawn Care LawnSite Senior Member
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    WOW that scenery is beautiful..that bridge is very sharp looking after the stain was applied. Very unique, wish I had scenery like that around me.
     
  6. Lite4

    Lite4 LawnSite Gold Member
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    Thank you, I am very fortunate to live in the west. It is very beautiful.
     
  7. LindblomRJ

    LindblomRJ LawnSite Silver Member
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    Around the hills it is beautiful. I say the same about Montana, Wyoming and Idaho. We also have badlands, however the Badlands of North Dakota are prettier, if you will.

    Even the prairie has beauty, but I like the hills and mountains. I miss that sort of thing dearly.
     

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