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June 16, 2005



Last weekend I visited this famous sightseeing point in North Vancouver called Capilano Suspension Bridge with my friend. It is located 20 minutes from Downtown. This bridge, hanging across a steep valley, always waves and shakes when pedestrians walk across on it. As both sides of this bridge are covered with net, it isn't so scary and only small children sometimes cry. It was fine on Saturday and there were quite a few visitors coming and going across the bridge, and some of them stopped on the way to take pictures. I just worried about how much weight is acceptable for the bridge without any controlling staff and with quite a few passengers, and if it was overloaded, a terrible accident might happen. Am I an alarmist?

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