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There Are Many Bridges To Cross–Some Are Real And Some Not Real Written By Cheryl Freier


Posted by cheryl - February 9th, 2015

We All Cross The Bridges In Our Minds As We Survive Our Experiences And We Cross Real Bridges Too. Cheryl Freier is an author of novels. She is the author and illustrator of children’s books.
Many of the bridges in the United States are in need of repair. The Tappan Zee Bridge in New York has outlasted its design. The design is the cantilever bridge, which distributes the weight of its beams and users to anchors that are secured offshore. The Tappan Zee Bridge has been replaced with the European design, the cable-stayed bridge. This type of bridge distributes its weight with cables and towers and is much cheaper to construct. Civil engineers consider it the first choice for the building of bridges when a bridge is needed to cover an area of 3,000 feet or more.
There were many bridges for the Freiers to cross in their plight for flight from the Nazi insurgents in Slovakia; some were real and some were composites of their thinking, but they had to pass them nevertheless. Read author Cheryl Freier’s latest novel: Echoes Resounding From The Past: Hidden Truth Poems. Read her first novel about the family’s escape from the Nazis: The Grayling: Hidden Truth Poems. The grayling was the fish that they ate when they were hiding near a lake in the woods in Slovakia. Follow Cheryl’s website: www.thegraylinghiddentruthpoems.com.

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