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Old 04-03-2011, 02:36 PM   #1
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Opened the windows today and let the creek noise in (box elders and asian beetles). Now if the sun would just come out.
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I think I recognize your yard.
You live among some good mushroom-hunting areas. I found a lot when I was in college years ago. We were at a party at Dunning's Spring, and we hiked up the hill. In the spring, I watch for good spots when I am walking in the woods. I miss it in Oak Park. We don't get mushrooms under our maple in the backyard.

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Old 04-03-2011, 06:28 PM   #3
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Yes, that is our yard. People think are yard is part of the park system. Da, read the signs. Yes, shroon season is upon us and my husband and his fishing buddy will soon be going out with rod and bread bag.
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Opened the windows today and let the creek noise in (box elders and asian beetles). Now if the sun would just come out.
Cyndi, nice bridge! I have always like arched wooden bridges. Here are a few of the bridge I built in my backyard in 1996. 5ft wide, 40 ft long overall, 28 ft span and it can support more than 10,000 lbs.
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Our bridge was actually parts of a bridge that spanned the Upper Iowa here in Decorah. Inspite of it being iron we still had to anchor it so the spring floods don't move it. Because our creek is fed by sink holes in Minnesota we always know when they have had alot of rain even though we didn't because the creek will rise and look like chocolate milk.
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What a BEAUTIFUL property! So picturesque! I love the bridge!
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