The pedestrian bridge that connects Warm Springs Golf Course to ParkCenter Blvd. was a popular spot for jumpers on Monday afternoon, the final day of operations at Barber Park for float season on the Boise River.
The pedestrian bridge that connects Warm Springs Golf Course to ParkCenter Blvd. was a popular spot for jumpers on Monday afternoon, the final day of operations at Barber Park for float season on the Boise River. Joe Jaszewski jjaszewski@idahostatesman.com
The pedestrian bridge that connects Warm Springs Golf Course to ParkCenter Blvd. was a popular spot for jumpers on Monday afternoon, the final day of operations at Barber Park for float season on the Boise River. Joe Jaszewski jjaszewski@idahostatesman.com

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