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July 28, 2019

GOOD TO KNOW

...sign we saw last week everywhere on the backroads of the Scottish Highlands, I assume they were stolen from Florida. 

 — Jeffrey Brown

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A guy could get kilt.

There used to be similar signs in Idaho -- 2-lane highway with many 1-lane bridges, which I hope now are 2-lane bridges since that was a while ago. Dave, you could check it out the next time you're in Ketchum by taking the beautiful drive to Stanley. (I don't think we met a single car on the Stanley side of the pass.)

This is a rather useless sign. There was no information at all on how to dodge a vehicle coming at you in the center of the road.

No problem, Le Pet. Just do the trick where you drive the car up on its side on two wheels. Easy. See, watch this....

I've driven in rural Scotland, and many of those roads only have a middle. No left or right lane. I've been on bigger bike paths.

I've also driven in Scotland, and the middle of the road is usually occupied by a sheep. Sometimes a cow...

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