September 9, 2013

Day 192/365.  View of Cincinnati from the Roebling Suspension Bridge.  John A. Roebling was a civil engineer who was famous for his wire rope suspension bridge designs.  This bridge spans the Ohio River from Covington, KY to Cincinnati, and was a prototype for the Brooklyn bridge.  Walking across this bridge and back is an easy and fun experience with beautiful views along  both sides of the river.  The landing on the Kentucky side has flood wall murals and is a little more developed than the landing on the Cincinnati side.  I’ve always wanted to walk across the Brooklyn Bridge–this is the next best thing!  One of these days I’ll walk the Brooklyn Bridge too…..

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