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1 thing I didn’t do on Canada’s longest suspension bridge

by Jan Schroder
Jan Schroder on suspension bridge

I’m not scared of heights but that didn’t mean I was entirely comfortable crossing Canada’s longest suspension bridge. It’s the length of two football fields and dangles 150 feet above a canyon near Thunder Bay.

I walked slowly, trying not to gasp as the bridge began to sway. I can do this, I told myself, as I do in similar scenarios, whether it’s  giving a speech or eating a piece of Nashville hot chicken.

I inched across the bridge but never once did I let go. Or look down into the canyon. Okay, make that two things I didn’t do.

Please see our story on Thunder Bay, Canada’s city in the wild.

– Jan Schroder, Editor-in-chief 

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