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The picture shows an odd interruption of a fairly stylish patterned concrete drive. The inserted segment is treated pine laid sleeper-style on the ground, and old enough now to start offering up nails for passing tires.

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Owner/occupant for ten yrs bought it that way and never knew why. He thought it had to do with a preference for rustic looks???

Not shown in pic is an ancient dogwood whose trunk is about 18 inches thick at the driveway edge...it was apparent that whoever prepped the site for the driveway pour advised owner that such prep would likely kill the tree...so the bridge over threatened roots was built. Just my theory, but I think it is the right answer.

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