I would always turn left...
That reminds me of an experience I had in 1969 or 1970. I was living in Amsterdam at the time and was driving through Belgium to go to Paris. To get there, I had to go to Lille and get on the main highway to Paris. I came to an intersection (which I wish I had taken a picture of) with two similar signs:
The problem was that Lille is the French name and Rijssel is the Dutch name for the same city... Kind of takes the language dispute to a new level. Gotta love Belgium!
Hehehehehe...good one !!!! No one gets out alive !!
A friend of mine made a similar comment recently about life, that none of us gets out of it alive.....
That reminds me of a time in the 60's when a group of us were headed to the lighthouse on Wing's Neck on Cape Cod.
The driver was a new guy and going a bit fast.
As we came to a fork in the road and he asked which way.
Both roads lead to the same place so he got two quick answers - left and right
He ended up going straight - into the woods.
We didn't hit any trees but it took us a few hours to get the car untangled from the brush.
Everyone was laughing except the driver
now that I think about I don't think he hung around with us after that.
A few years back, the wife and I were touring Ireland. Driving on the wrong side of the very narrow roads was difficult enough, but throw in the endless traffic circles and the road signs, its a wonder we made it back alive.
No wonder there are so many pubs in Ireland.
Wonder if anybody ever climbed up the traffic sign poles and moved them in different directions? Now that would make you crazzzzy!
I agree, turning left is the better choice. Doing so allows you to travel on two roads at the same time (1923 and 1927) while turning right your stuck on just one road (1923).
Is this the way to more Fun Projects ??