He remembered a footbridge the other volunteers had guessed at.
In a clever twist of new-meets-old, the MuCEM is connected to the nearby 17th-century Fort St. Jean by footbridge.
M. Oberl had built at the extreme end of the saw-mill a sort of cage or footbridge, from which he could survey everything at once.
In those days there was no bridge here, not even a footbridge.
His only uncertainty is, whether Rogier saw him by the footbridge, and if so to recognise him.
We slipped across a footbridge over Cedar Creek, and whistled.
He crossed the footbridge over the beck—the water was nearly level with the stout planks.
From there they could see the whole of the footbridge and were under cover from the snipers.
The river was not over ten feet wide and there was supposed to be a footbridge of two planks where the net was.
I told him to be careful he didnt pitch over the footbridge.