Per the article in the January 29th, 2020 edition of the NewsGuard, "North Lincoln County Historical Museum (NLCHM) is inviting the community to join them for a presentation by Joyce Sherman (Roads End resident) on Highway 101 and the famous McCullough Bridges on Saturday, Feb. 8 from 2-3 p.m.
Learn how the Oregon Coast Highway was built and how fortunate we are to have McCullough’s bridges at almost every bay and river crossing. You’ll see a photo of the first bridge across Rocky Creek, as well as McCullough’s Ben Jones Bridge across the creek, and you’ll find out how Lincoln County was created.
In 1962, she (Joyce) and her parents pooled their money to buy a cabin and a couple of acres off Logan Creek in Roads End. After 52 years of splitting her time between Roads End and Portland she and her husband Marty became full-time Roads Enders in 2014.
The North Lincoln County Historical Museum is located at 4907 SW Hwy 101 in Lincoln City. Call 541-996-6614 for more information."