Saturday, September 03, 2005
Note to self
After a while, one good place for some of the refugees from Katrina might be Gravina Island, where the federal government will be spending $223 million to build a bridge from Ketchikan, Alaska. There's 1,800 acres of available timber on the island, and only 50 people so far. Trivia buffs note: the bridge will be nearly as long as the Golden Gate Bridge and tall enough to allow cruise ships to pass underneath.