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The river and the road
Overhead Photo of the River and Where the Road Goes Three Ways

Aerial photo of a road by a river

These are the bridges Opal crossed as the look today. Mosby Creek Road runs east and west. Here it meets Layng Road which turns north and crosses what Opal calls the "riviŤre".

This is a good photo from directly over where the roads go three ways. The roads and bridges are highlighted in yellow. Note: the boundary lines and road locations have changed since Opal's time in 1905.

Scene 1: How the road goes three ways     

Scene 45: Opal sings to Mosby Creek and explores Layng Road     

Photo Courtesy of Charles Rogers, M.S. Geologist & Aerial photographer 



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