America shaped it’s future during the Great Depression by bringing men from all over the country to the rugged jobs of building connections to the resources of the West.
That work included the creation of many of the bridges along Oregon’s Coast, bridges that today invite travelers from all over the world to drive along America’s North Coast and experience some of the most exciting and picturesque ocean shore line in the world. Home to Bald Eagles, Elk, Otters and neighbor to gray whales as they migrate along the coast twice a year.
To explore the stories behind the bridges and the lives of Oregon’s Coast I recommend the book Crossings: McCullough’s Coastal Bridges by Judy Fleagle.
You can contact Judy by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
or look for her book in bookstores and tourist information centers all along the coast.
She is also laying out the foundation for her next book on the Oregon Coast here on her weekly blog…