A bridge was needed. A pedestrian bridge from the cabin to the studio. It had been on the "to-do " list for too long. Part of the reason was that other projects took precedence... cabin building, cord-wood/straw-bale studio, the garden, the solar shower, road improvements, woodshed, building cabins, making art, etc. The other "problem" was coming up with a design that was practical. It needed to require a minimum of precious time consuming labour, as many on hand or easily available materials as possible. A small budget and a visual outcome that worked with the existing buildings and would blend into the landscape. Solution... the answer came from my son Ryley.... build a pallet bridge.
When measured It turned out to be a longer span than the "hoped for" distance across which was 30'. When measured it was 55'. A stronger support system would be required. Solution ... a bridge built from pallets. See image below.