I mentioned something a little over a week ago, and I'm finally getting around to showing it to you. This is a viewing area that overlooks a ravine that runs through my newest nature preserve discovery. It took this long to show it to you because I've had a lot to show you. I always do, of course.
I don't know about you, but bridges, walkways, and any similar structures are some of my favorite things. I love having them around, especially if I find them out in the middle of nature somewhere. It's almost as if they're begging me to come and explore every inch of them. They're like my own personal playgrounds.
Wouldn't you want a playground of your own too? All you have to do is go out and look for them. They're not limited to only the forest or a nature preserve. I'll go find a bridge in the middle of the city just so I can walk across it. You think I'm kidding? Check the link!
This particular place is kind of small, but that's not important. The important thing is what you get to see when you're on it. I guess that goes for most of these places. The view from any bridge is always fun. Most of them are free, and what's better than that?
In this case, you get to look down into a ravine. It's not the biggest or highest up, but it's still a great view that you can see every day. If you want something spectacularly big, go to the Grand Canyon. You'll get to see it once in your life, if you're lucky. If you want something you can see often, but still very satisfying, go find yourself a place like this. You can see it whenever you want.
This picture probably illustrates what you see when you look down as well as any I have. It's pretty steep, but if you're careful, you might be able to climb down there. I prefer to stay up here. If you'd like though, go ahead and take a leap of faith. You might only break both of your legs.
On second thought, don't jump. It wouldn't be very fun for you, and I really don't want to know about something like that. It would probably be kind of messy anyway, so stay up here and enjoy the view. That's what's important anyway, isn't it?