What is the Rainbow Bridge?

What is the Rainbow Bridge?

If you’ve lost a pet, chances are you’ve heard of the Rainbow Bridge. This bridge is a mythical overpass said to connect heaven and Earth — and, more to the point, a spot where grieving pet owners reunite for good with their departed furry friends.

How was the Rainbow Bridge built?

The Lewiston Queenston Bridge and Rainbow Bridges were also erected using two completely different methods. The Rainbow Bridge was erected with the assistance of arch tiebacks which were temporary towers with stays that held the arch in place until it was completed and able to support itself.

Why is Rainbow Bridge famous?

Rainbow Bridge is often described as the world’s highest natural bridge. The span of Rainbow Bridge was reported in 1974 by the Bureau of Reclamation to be 275 feet (84 m), but a measurement of span according to definition by the Natural Arch and Bridge Society in 2007 resulted in a value of 234 feet (71 m).

Why is it called Rainbow Bridge?

It is called the Rainbow Bridge because of all its beautiful colors. Just this side of the Rainbow Bridge there is a land of meadows, hills and valleys with lush green grass. When a beloved pet dies, the pet goes to this place.

Why is the Rainbow Bridge so high?

Due to concerns by the upstream city of Beaumont about the bridge posing a threat to ship navigation, the Rainbow Bridge was built with a 680-foot (210 m) main span. However, the height of the bridge did allow the construction of jack up offshore drilling rigs at the Bethlehem Steel Beaumont Shipyard.

What does the Rainbow Bridge look like?

The base of Rainbow Bridge is composed of Kayenta Sandstone, reddish-brown sands and muds laid down by inland seas and shifting winds over 200 million years ago. The bridge itself is composed of Navajo Sandstone .

What kind of bridge is the Rainbow Bridge?

The Rainbow Bridge is a through truss bridge crossing the Neches River in Southeast Texas just upstream from Sabine Lake .

Are there Rainbow Bridge for dogs?

Today, it’s widely accepted that all types of animals not just cats and dogs, are eligible to cross the Rainbow Bridge and make it to heaven. For animals that did not have an owner, it’s assumed…

What is the Rainbow Bridge for dogs?

“The Rainbow Bridge” is a poem about dog owners and the dogs that they have owned meeting in the afterlife. There are many copies and versions of it on the internet, and the author seems to be unknown. Here are a few: Rainbowbridge.org. Petloss.com. Donations may be made in memory of dogs and volunteers.