Taking turns seems to come naturally to the people who use this bridge - whether they're on foot or on horseback. This is the main connection point between a small community some miles away from Bluefields and no community at all.
People use this bridge to get into 'town' to shop or to sell what they've grown or produced or to get medical treatment or supplies for the house or farm...things that many of us have nearby - or if not nearby at least easily accessible by paved roads and cars.
It had rained heavily the morning of this visit and I'd already slipped in the mud.
This was a bridge too far.