I hated to interrupt the fun flow about the visit to Layton, but this picture is a mystery that needs to be solved. I found this extremely faded photograph tucked into an old envelope for Craftsman Wood Service Co. in the pile of pictures I'm sorting. Does anyone know why: 1. I have this picture? 2. Why it is tucked into a Craftsman envelope? 3. Is the significance having to do with road and in the Park? I can't tell, but this doesn't look like a concrete bridge???? Remember Grandpa telling the story of how they poured the concrete for the Chittendon Bridge (which no longer exists).They waited until the moon was almost full, and then, mixing the concrete by hand in big wheelbarrows, mixed and poured 24 hours a day around the clock. It must have been an exhausting endeavor.
P.S. I wrote this and then thought about doing a search for the Chittendon Bridge. Read about it in Wikipedia - it's quite a story! Now I know more than I knew before, but I didn't see a picture???