puzzling. As we got closer, I noticed that the signs seemed to contradict each other.
I also noticed that the underside of the bridge had many nicks and scrapes along the edge. My husband told me a childhood memory of watching a truck that was stuck under that bridge. It was only a few inches over the height limit and letting air out of the tires was all that was needed to ease it out of that tight spot.
"It's always best to err on the side of caution" Mom would have warned.