My introduction to Hallowe’en here in Albert County was not a pleasant one.
Many of you are old enough to remember the covered bridge that went to Harvey from Riverside-Albert. Yes, it used to be a long covered wooden bridge, but we all call it the Rainbow Bridge since it was rebuilt. We are not really sure why they made such a high arch above the river, but I've heard rumors that the architect who designed the bridge had used metric measurements and the engineer that was in charge of building the bridge misread the blueprints. So instead of centimeters and metres, he was reading it as inches and feet.