Good Harbor Beach Foot Bridge Damage

Submitted by Martin Del Vecchio. Blizzard-068

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5 Responses to Good Harbor Beach Foot Bridge Damage

  1. That does not look good

  2. Anonymous says:

    I know that it will be fixed by Spring for all to again enjoy the crossing of imprints of time

    The Footbridge of Life

    thepoetryofpeteralberttodd.weebly.com

    By Peter A. Todd

    The ocean’s tide is a reflection of life
    As our nights are turned into days
    Young people with their hands clung tight
    Searching their hearts for words to say
    Children running and playing along the beach
    Building Sand Castles of their dreams
    The Elders crossing the bridge at day’s peak
    Mirrored by the evening’s moonlight gleam
    The ocean reaching into the shadowed sands
    Erasing the footprints along its way
    Night’s glistening moon, Mirror of God’s hand
    Guiding nature’s course along the bay
    The Footbridge of Life crosses the sands of time
    That we in our hearts must not ignore
    We must treasure life for all that it holds
    For in its passing we gain Heaven’s shore

  3. Martin Del Vecchio says:

    It looked like it might not last through the next high tide. I found some pretty big pieces down closer to the beach club.

    I’ll check again in the morning.

  4. Craig Kimberley says:

    It looks like M.C. Escher painted a footbridge. LOVE this shot!

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