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#9: Complementary colors are opposites, the bridge in the photo is red which is a warm color whereas the background of the photo is green (also known as a cool color).

#9: Complementary colors are opposites, the bridge in the photo is red which is a warm color whereas the background of the photo is green (also known as a cool color).

Olin Covered Bridge is a covered bridge that carries Dewey Rd over the Ashtabula River in Plymouth Township, Ashtabula County, OH. The bridge, one of currently 16 drivable bridges in the county, is a single span Town truss design. Members of the Olin family also operate a small museum & gift shop just east of the bridge at the house previously owned by Joyce Grandbouche. The bridge is located approx. 3.6 mi east of Bula. *Please Spay, Neuter & Adopt <3

Olin Covered Bridge is a covered bridge that carries Dewey Rd over the Ashtabula River in Plymouth Township, Ashtabula County, OH. The bridge, one of currently 16 drivable bridges in the county, is a single span Town truss design. Members of the Olin family also operate a small museum & gift shop just east of the bridge at the house previously owned by Joyce Grandbouche. The bridge is located approx. 3.6 mi east of Bula. *Please Spay, Neuter & Adopt <3

Big Mike's Mystery House - Cave City, KY Love this place, only $1 to get in. Can't beat that ! Great gift shop also !

Big Mike's Mystery House - Cave City, KY Love this place, only $1 to get in. Can't beat that ! Great gift shop also !

Even drivers of smaller straight trucks can run into low clearance problems, this one being a train track overpass on Warren Avenue in Malvern Borough.

Stuck Truck Closes Warren Avenue

Even drivers of smaller straight trucks can run into low clearance problems, this one being a train track overpass on Warren Avenue in Malvern Borough.

Why You Should Start a Company in... St. Louis

Why You Should Start a Company in… St. Louis

This particular 13'0" railroad bridge in Tulsa, Oklahoma really is too low for a 13'6" truck to go under.

This particular 13'0" railroad bridge in Tulsa, Oklahoma really is too low for a 13'6" truck to go under.

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