Until yesterday both Hubby and I had never seen this bridge… and until just a short time ago we didn’t even know it existed.
The bridge is about 3.5 miles out of Lytton on Highway 12 and carries water in a large pipe beneath it.
I got about a quarter way out and when one looks down at the Mighty Fraser… well there was no way I could get any further. The height doesn’t scare me… it’s the river that had me on edge. :)
Hubby walked out halfway and tried to convince me to come further but I was content snapping pics where I was. :)
Before finding the bridge we did a tour of the area. There’s quite a few abandoned buildings all over the place including a yurt and old cabins.
We then came across a Quiggly hole.
Inside it was a bit dark and scary and I wasn’t sure if it was going to cave in any second!
The doorway leading out was very low and even I had to duck my head (and I’m short!)
After coming up from the Quiggly hole we still hadn’t found the bridge so Hubby stopped and we decided to walk across a large draw. He was supposed to be following me but when I turned around I see him still standing at the truck! I hollered at him to drive around and meet me on the other side because I could see there was a road on my side. He some how turned right and I went left (or he went left and I went right… not sure) and it took a bit before we found each other again. Mind you I was packing my camera, gear, and tripod… and he was in the truck, so I was a bit “heated” when we finally did hook up!
One of the places I ended up.
After walking a bit more I found this quiet spot…
And when I got here I couldn’t even hear the truck anymore!
It was a great day for exploring but I think next time we should pack the two-way radios. :)