Image by Ken Hawkins/TheDigitel No doubt some would have fun checking out the cables all the way up there; not I.
On many a day, it's already quite windy just driving over the Cooper River Bridge; one can only imagine how much more unnerving it would be checking the cables that go up another 400 feet.
But that is just what workers are doing: Routine inspection to ensure there's no corrosion.
The Post and Courier has a short piece on the matter; read it here.
Make it to the end of that story and you'll get some impressive tech specs about the bridge's thick cables.