I hope that I get a chance to be on the water one day while they are removing some of the columns. I just figured that after almost 60 years that the old bridge has been there, the suction (vacuum) from the mud and lake floor would be tremendous in removing the bridge columns. I wonder if they have to anchor the barge into the lake bottom in order to remove the columns. I'm thinking that if not, the cranes may push the barge lower into the water (maybe even under the surface) if there is a huge vacuum around the columns. Just curious.
"But God demonstrates His own for love for us in this: while we were still sinners, Christ died for us." (Romans 5:8)