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The many waterways threading throughout the hills require a good number of bridges.  Many of the roads wind along the ridge lines, then plunge down a valley to cross a river or bayou, then climb back up to the next group of hills.  One can motor along these ridge lines oblivious to the fact that the terrain can plunge a hundred feet or more right at the edge of the road, as the lush growth obscures the treacherous nature of the terrain.
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