Portable Extendable Bridge
Invented by L. Death in the Netherlands in 1926, variants of these small bridges were commonplace. You see, hundreds of years ago, the Dutch simply looked at the ocean and said, “Not today, Satan,” and the Netherlands was born. The entire country is essentially a large series of dikes and patches of land reclaimed from the ocean. They used some sort of black magic called “engineering” to do it. Needless to say, the country has many small bodies of water that would be easily traversable, but don’t justify the building of a permanent structure. A portable bridge just makes sense.