PICTURE THIS: Steve Hodge, left, and Tom Courtney, bridge maintenance specialists for the Washington State Department of Transportation, climb on cables to the top of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge as they do their monthly cable inspection. Hodge said his family thinks he's nuts for doing this for a living.
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