Monday, May 14, 2018

new road sign

is finally up in front of Lynott's Corner Store.   Here's the sign being removed back in March


22 comments:

  1. ...now I know where I'm going, well not really!

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  2. It looks quite identical as the ones we use.

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  3. I only don't know what the white zigzag on the blue underground means but I think water or a river or something like that.

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    1. The white zigzag represents the Wild Atlantic Way. It's a route that goes along the coast and promotes tourism.

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  4. Different from the signs here. The zigzag is curious!

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  5. The new sign looks great and the zigzag design's meaning is very interesting. Thanks for sharing.
    I wish you a nice week.

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  6. Hello Bill.
    Very impressive sign!Like the zigzag design!
    I haven’t see a sign like that,before !
    Have a lovely week!
    Dimi...

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  7. Hi Bill.

    Nice that a new one has been placed.

    Groettie from Patricia.

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  8. Maybe the road zigzags about? And interesting sign and it should be helpful to people. I hate when a road is not marked, especially if I'm in an unfamiliar area. And I can't trust the GPS 'cause one time if I had followed its suggestions I would have ended up in the Atlantic Ocean!

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  9. I have to admit an attraction to those road signs.

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  10. Our road signs are a lot more plain.

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  11. Presumably everyone's been getting lost for the last couple of months!

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  12. People have been lost since March? ;-))

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  13. I also wondered about the sign with the zigzag line, and read your explanation :)
    Would be a nice route to follow!

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  14. Thank goodness I won't get lost any more!

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  15. Gee, it took a while, didn't it? So you're along the Wild Atlantic Way? I didn't realize it was such a long road.

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  16. The zigzag lines signage intriguing indeed. Unique to Ireland!

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  17. Nice to have it finally back up I bet, great buildings behind the sign!

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  18. I'm glad you explained the zig-zag, I was wondering.

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