My workplace is located in a small town and one of the town's icons is a red drawbridge built about 80 years ago. It is now preserved as a kind of historic asset of the town and works correctly even now as it used to do. The town regularly makes it work for maintenace once a month on the third Saturday. Today is the day and I took a walk around the bridge. Several tourists got together at the end point of the bridge. I listened to an old man's story about the town there and was surprised. I'll write about his story in the next article.