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Traffic Sign when entering Nine Mile Canyon, Utah, USA, Oct 2008, by Wilodene
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Sscary! Where is this sign?!
21/Mar/09 12:03 AM
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OK, reading the detailed caption might help! I should have said ... where is the road in the pic? What does it looks like? Did you brave it?! Any more pictures!
21/Mar/09 12:03 AM
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What I always love are the idiots who park their vehicles at exactly the strategically worst parts!
21/Mar/09 12:12 AM
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Perhaps the idiots like the best views?

21/Mar/09 12:21 AM
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15 moves!

Yeah ... real close up!
21/Mar/09 12:23 AM
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Gail, thanks for telling me that my photos have been showing up over here. I had no idea; I have been doing the puzzles from some of the photos on Sudoku, but I didn't know that this site had its own photos and comments. Now that I know, I checked out the archive and was shocked to see some of my More...
21/Mar/09 12:40 AM
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They usually get squashed if anyone's brakes fail!
21/Mar/09 12:41 AM
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Kate, the road is a dirt road with gravel added to some of the more difficult spots. One definitely needs a high clearance vehicle and 4-wheel drive helps. The roads leading to this canyon from the north are paved, but very isolated in the desert southwest of us. By isolated, I mean no houses, gas More...
21/Mar/09 12:59 AM
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Great sign picture. Brings up lots of questions and imagination pictures. The northeast corner of Iowa was missed by the last ice age glaciers and so has steep hills and sharp (road) corners. We saw a number of similar signs while visiting there. And they weren't kidding! If brakes went out on the way down some of them, the Mississippi was a definite possibility!!
21/Mar/09 5:04 AM
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It's great that they give this much information about the conditions of the road
21/Mar/09 8:31 AM
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Great photo, Wilodene -- we've been enjoying your work for days as you've learned. This one makes me want to jump out of the vehicle and, with my magic marker, add "ly" to the end of the sign, though.
21/Mar/09 2:47 PM
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Now that's a road I will not be traveling!

You are welcome Wilodene.
21/Mar/09 3:49 PM
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