Locust Log Bridge
I finally got around to building a bridge across our creek this weekend. It's nothing fancy by any means. I had these two 20' Locust logs left over from a 100-year old cabin that used to be on my land. The cabin has long since fallen down, but the log sill beams were still in pretty good shape, so I dragged them over with my lawn mower. After some wrangling and rigging, I managed to get them set in place.
I have been waiting for some salvage decking boards to come my way, and last week they finally did!
I love the slightly funky boardwalk look. It has a weathered, work-worn character like the old cabin it came from.
We have a large field separated by a creek in the middle, so we could only walk so far and then turn around. Now we can finally walk a full circle around the field.
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