Jacoby Creek Covered Bridge 

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Roscoe family photo
Charles Roscoe, right, cuts beams for the Brookwood Drive covered bridge.
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Earl Biehn squats by a partially carved bridge beam.
Roscoe family photo
Lumber – soon to be a bridge.
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A mixing truck pours concrete footings.
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Neighborhood kids check out the progress.
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Charles and Rob Roscoe scope it out.
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One complete footing.
Roscoe family photo
The bridge starts to take shape.
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A side truss is hoisted into position.
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Earl Biehn sands the decking.
Roscoe family photo
Look like a bridge yet?
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Early sightseers.
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The Roscoe family lends a hand. Jamie Roscoe is in the front right.
Roscoe family photo
Jamie Roscoe said he didn’t have much of a choice when it came to helping his dad build the bridge.
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Nearly finished – there was less greenery on Jacoby Creek at the time.
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Ta-da!
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A view from upstream.
Photo by Grant Scott-Goforth
Carvings prove the bridge is a popular spot for sweethearts.
Photo by Grant Scott-Goforth
Today: The Brookwood Drive covered bridge spans Jacoby Creek.
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Roscoe family photo
Charles Roscoe, right, cuts beams for the Brookwood Drive covered bridge.

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