I was impressed with this tree - lit by a shaft of sunshine.On the south side, there is a park with camping - tall trees and sunset views.The bridge is 185 ft. high, was built in 1935 and cost ~$300,000.00. It cost the same amount of money to paint the bridge in 1987. The structure reminds me of the Mechano set my older brother used to build structures. We walked back on the other side of the bridge and looked down to a beach known for agates. Strong currents polish stones. On the north side, the cliffs fall to the water.A fault line runs through the rock here and in the ice age, a wedge was carved, producing the passage of Deception Pass. There are natural parks on either side with great trails.
"A Fine Line"
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