Sean & I were talking earlier about how blessed we feel that we are. We both love adventure and we always seem to find some wherever we go. We always seem to be on the look for it, and it just shows up! We love a random road trip and one of our road trips took us along Rt 6 from Ohio and into Pennsylvania. Sean was driving and I saw a sign that said “Kinzua Bridge” and it piqued my curiosity, so I said let’s see what it is! We did and were not disappointed! Kinzua bridge was an old railway tressel that crossed a deep valley. The original bridge was built in 1880, but then rebuilt in 1900. At the time it was built, it was the tallest (301 feet high) & longest (2053 feet long! ) train bridge in the world! The bridge remained in use until 2002.
In July of 2003, an F-1 tornado ripped through this area and wiped out half of the bridge! They decided to leave the wreckage their as a memorial and they did repairs to the part that remained and made it an observation deck. You can walk down to where it ends and look over the whole valley–They even have a glass floor for a small area so that you can look down.
Make it a point to always keep your eye out for adventure, and you will definitely find some! Live life to the most and enjoy the photos.
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