Hoquiam River Bridge
The railroad was one of the earliest visitors to this levee on the Hoquiam river.
Now its rails mostly provide a lazy path to walk home from school on.
The river is ever changing. A flood tide will raise the water to almost touch the rails. An ebb tide will reveal a shallow stream in a sea of mud.
The river and its rails know well the cool morning fog, the winter rains and gentle summer nights