It's hard to believe that not long ago, there were no Interstates. And in this case, no (automobile) bridge across the Susquehanna River. This is the paddle wheel of the ferry that took a car across that river in 1937. My grandparents were taking my infant father to see his paternal grandmother for the first time. So with everyone whizzing on Interstates today to see fall foliage or coming back from the long weekend, this is a remembrance of a simpler and much slower time.