In the first year of owning our property we built NitWit Bridge, a 40-foot high, 90-foot long, redwood suspension bridge over the creek that runs through our property.
Last year, we built a second trail and bridge, NitWit Too, in order to make a complete loop on the property and provide more off leash fun for the dogs.
Sadly, some time in the fall, our beloved original NitWit Bridge #1 collapsed and was decommissioned.
This winter we built a new trail that bypasses the original NitWit Bridge. It's a flatter trail with a lower and more stable bridge. And none too soon because though we have passage through the creek, during high rapids, it's better to use the bridge! I would have named it NitWit Three, but Mr. Wild Dingo keeps calling it NitWit ByPass, because it by-passes the original bridge. If you ask me, there are few too many nitwits in this family.
Here's a video of a bit of the new trail and NitWit ByPass Bridge. It's a little on the long side but what the heck, if you're itching for a Loki & Juno fix, here you go! The video was shot in February just after our big rain storms.
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