LONGFELLOW   BRIDGE

Aside from the miraculous rescue as a result of my near drowning, this bridge is significant.  It is forever imprinted in the minds of Bostonians.   It was built somewhere between 1904 and 1906 and spans the Charles River between Cambridge and Boston.  The "locals" refer to this bridge as the Salt and Pepper Bridge.  If you don't know for whom it was named, perhaps it would be wise for you to go back to school and learn about Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.


 


Swim your way back to shore!!