You can find info such as locations, lots of technical data, historical background, design type, maps of historical bridges and more. It also includes current news. It is a good site if you like to travel and enjoy the old country and see old bridges. Some of these old bridges have long or recently collapsed. They have maps, so you can find out how to get to a particular bridges. Note that some of these bridges (I think) do not exist anymore.
Below are the photograph information:
First photograph from the top is the "Auburn Branch covered Bridge" Clark County, Illinois. Photo taken by Robert Stephenson.
Middle photograph is the "Base Road Bridge", Jennings County, Indiana. Photo taken by Chris Light.
The bottom photograph is the "Sutherline Ford Bridge", Putnam County, Indiana. Photo taken by Anthony Dillon.
Historic Bridges of The U.S
April 25, 2009
April 24, 2009
Here you can see how is the bubble gum made:
I just saw this site and thought I'd add it too. History of the vending machines and chewing gum. I might have posted this before though.
April 23, 2009
I don't really have anything to say here. This page shows the top 10 strange and unusual japanese chewing gums.
April 22, 2009
I'm sorry I havn't posted. I've been ill and sad. On April 22, 2009 (which just started 11 minutes ago in California) it will be the 6 months anniversary for my dog Bodie's untimely death. He was only 6. As some of you know, he was killed on October 22 (I wrote about him in October) in a dog park by a Pitbull. So, I will most likely still be too sad to post. I am planning to at least light a candle for him, and hopefully put nice flowers on his grave.
Bless you all, take a good care of yourself, your family and your pets.
April 19, 2009
History of the Toilet Paper... this isn't the kind of topic that crossed my mind every now and then. Nor a subject of conversation in general. But I did find the trivia and the rest of this site full of good information. It focuses on fun facts, surveys, stories, manufacturers, worldwide and zingers. There is also a timeline. Did you know the history goes back eons ago?
Toilet Paper Encyclopedia
**Also check out these fantastic old time toilet paper photographs at "Tag Yerit Presents: Toilet Paper Curiosities". You gotta check out that site. They have fantastic stuff. It has additional informatioal, but both are great sites. The big differences is that the site below has photos.
Toilet Paper Curiosities
The image above is from the Tag Yerit Presents site. The toilet paper in the image is so very rare. It was made between 1871-1884. There is more information on this particular paper. Very interesting. I'm glad they don't make it anymore, ha. It is the first image on the site.