A road sign near Stirling, Scotland
In red, left to right: Pevensey, Hastings, Dover. St. Leonards is between Pev. and Hastings
A bollard, per Webster's dictionary is,
"any of a series of short posts set at intervals to delimit an area (as a traffic island) or to exclude vehicles."
Saw a bicyclist look back over his shoulder and slam into one of these. He was okay; better off than his front wheel.
The only Magic that comes into play with these roundabouts is when you find your way off them!
near Windsor Castle -
Hard to make out but this is in London, a VISA card sign:
"St. George's Day on July 9th. Priceless"
Not all roadsigns in Scotland have both Scottish and English. Some are easy to figure out, but those roundabouts....crazy enough to make your head spin!!
not sure if this means you can expect to hear it or if you have the sudden urge to shoot off a couple rounds, this is the place to do it
En route to Beaumaris Castle, NW Wales, Anglesey Island
In Harlech, town and seaside resort in Gwynedd, NW Wales
Heading to Cardiff, Wales, the port capital of the country
The United States has its share of fascinating road signs. All in English - or pictographs.
Daytona Beach, Florida
Out of Order
The Nevada portion of Hwy 50 - been there and although it may not be the loneliest road, there's not much happening out there!
Two towns in Iowa...
Have you worked an assembly line or know someone who did? What did you make?