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Wednesday, July 12, 2006

Saturday Fun...

How many people can say that on a Saturday afternoon you went down to the banks of the Ohio River, by downtown Cincinnati, and climbed over the top of the Purple Bridge connecting southern Ohio and northern Kentucky?
Well, I can tell you that The Clot Buster and his wife did…!

Yes, close to my birthday my mother in law found out about the Purple People Bridge attraction opening and thought that it would be something I would be interested in doing. Well, she was correct!

It was an experience to climb over the profile of the bridge while below you have the river and everything associated with it. The views from the bridge were unique. It was a great perspective to be up there just to take in the skyline of downtown Cincinnati and surrounding areas. We went in the afternoon but while talking to the guide we learned that dusk and dawn climbs are really a treat. After being up there I would have to agree with that. A beautiful sunset would be that much more impressive while on top of the bridge.

At any rate, the experience was unique and I to admit that I enjoyed it a great deal. I could do without the guffy suits but all in all it was a good time. I think that Liz’s mom did a fine job getting this gift for us. This is something I will always remember.

Thanks for reading,

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