Soon after we arrived, on one of his first morning walks, Dennis took pictures of scanty foot bridges that spanned the drainage canal (sewer - :) . Then, in September, he captured the fall of one of the sewer canal bridges. Before the final collapse, he watched 2 teens crossing very carefully. We wonder if someone was on it when it finally tipped over on Oct. 4. Some day when we visit Brazil and Campo Largo again, it will probably still be there, an untouched piece of evidence that broken things are rarely fixed in Brazil.