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Difference between revisions of "Ramona Creek Bridge on Ramona Falls Trail"

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[[Image:RamonaCreekRFTBridge.jpg|thumb|400px|The bridge described here ''(Steve Hart)'']]
 
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=== Description ===
 
=== Description ===
 
There are three trail bridges across Ramona Creek. This is the middle one where the Ramona Falls Trail crosses the creek on a half-log bridge.
 
There are three trail bridges across Ramona Creek. This is the middle one where the Ramona Falls Trail crosses the creek on a half-log bridge.
 
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Revision as of 16:31, 26 January 2014

The bridge described here (Steve Hart)

Description

There are three trail bridges across Ramona Creek. This is the middle one where the Ramona Falls Trail crosses the creek on a half-log bridge.

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