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The Bob Kerrey Bridge

I am still trying to catch up on my Omaha blogging. Next on the list is the 2200-foot Bob Kerry Pedestrian Bridge that connects the cities of Omaha, Nebraska and Council Bluffs, Iowa. The curved bridge spans over the Missouri River and provides a good place for a stroll or a bike ride. Isn't cool to be able to walk from Nebraska to Iowa in less then ten minutes? One could even have a foot in NE and a foot in IA!




Comments (7)

That's one very cool, interesting bridge.

Great photos, Candi!

That seems like a pretty elaborate pedestrian bridge. Looks like it would be fun to walk across.


Very cool bridge! Hope you're enjoying Omaha!


The bridge is SO cool. Love it!

Very late in commenting - glad to hear from you! I think of you so often. You must be very busy with work and having fun in your new area of the US. Hope all is well there.

barb cabot:

Yes, it's such a nice clean bridge. I would like to walk across it.

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