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[at-l] so...let me ask you this...

At 09:14 AM 4/4/2005 -0400, Bror8588@aol.com wrote:
>In a message dated 4/4/2005 8:01:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
>AThiker@smithville.net writes:
>what if  you are riding your bike and there is a
>major river you need to cross and  the only bridge around...for a long,
>long way...is on an interstate? How  is a bike rider to cross a river in
>such a case? For instance...if you are  inVicksburg, MS and want to cross
>the Mississisiiisiisppi into Loseyanna,  what would you do??
>Stand by the side of the nearest ramp and wait for a pick-up truck to come
>along and then hitch a ride across the bridge OR go down to the docks and 
>get a
>  boat ride across the river OR get a raft and float the bike across the
>river.  I wonder if there is a pedestrian walk-way and could the bike 
>be  walked
>across the river?
>How long is the bridge?  Could you race across the bridge riding the  bike
>before getting caught?  Is there another bridge within a few miles  that 
>be used?
>Oh, the possibilities are endless!

'There must be 50 ways to cross the river'. Someone care to put that to music?