Signs of the Times: Things You See on a Road Trip

Signs from a recent road trip through some mountain U.S. states

Afton, Wyoming

Who needs Arches National Park when you have the world’s largest elkhorn arch?

 

Not a sign you see often: Slow Down, Foxes on Road

Not a sign you see often: Slow Down, Foxes on Road

Didn't know they could run that fast

Didn’t know they could run that fast

"I just have to run faster than you."

“I just have to run faster than you.”

Service sign

 

How did you guess this was Wyoming?

How did you guess this was Wyoming?

Fabulous sculptures near Three Forks, Montana

Fabulous sculptures near Three Forks, Montana

Even better was a 2-1/2 mile runaway lane sign on a twisting, 10-degree slope with, get this, the runaway lane on the LEFT side of the road. Just veer across the oncoming traffic

Even better was a 2-1/2 mile runaway-lane sign on a twisting, 10% grade with, get this, the runaway lane on the LEFT side of the road. Just veer across the oncoming traffic

Bathroom sign

Men’s washroom in southern Idaho

 

They don't put up with street racing in Salt Lake City

They don’t put up with street racing in Salt Lake City

Here are our hours. Sorta

Here are our hours. Sorta

Just the way the lights were burned out

Just the way the lights were burned out

 

 

 

 

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5 thoughts on “Signs of the Times: Things You See on a Road Trip

  1. Bill

    Hilarious! We were just in Aspen Co. a day or two ago and a friend commented on a sign on the East side of town HEAVY PEDESTRIAN TRAFFIC—-he wondered if they were referring to overweight people…… (-:
    PS: Tried your Poppycock suggestion in Aspen and you were bang on! Cheers/Bill

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