by David Payne
(Goldenrod, the cultural hub of the Occident)
I remember well the old Astor bridge and the general store on the west side of the river. I realize why they had to build the new bridge, but I have always felt a sense of loss for the old bridge, I guess because I grew up in Florida, spanning 81 years come the end of this month.
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