Cathedral Park

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In a city full of bridges, Cathedral Park stands out. Named for the towering bridge supported by Gothic-style rib arches, it once was a junkyard. The bridge itself was built in the 1930s but the junkyard wasn't transformed into an Eden until the 1980s. It is now a tranquil place to spend the day but there is also a lot of history here as many explorers and frontiersman, including Lewis and Clark, set foot on this site.

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St. Johns Bridge
Mossy and cold
July 2022
July 2022
Below zero a great day for an ice cream