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Strangest road signs you've ever come across? Got pics?

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WOW! Memories ... I lived for 7 years about five miles from this sign! Sometimes I just want to go home. Don't get me wrong, I love Texas and the people here but there is nothing you can do about where you're from.
When I was driving my son to Cali, he saw the sign and grabbed the pic.
Beautiful country there!
mary
 

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We've all seen those funny signs of farmers on tractors or bikers going over a cliff because they did not slow down for a corner, what else have you seen? If you have pics, post them up!
 

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Between Weed, NM and Timberon ...
Been there, but did not get a pic of the sign. Not ALL signs saying don’t believe your GPS are telling the truth though! We passed one in Arizona that ended up being an amazing road... for small dual sports. It would have been a different story in a cage.
 

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well I need to go get pics but on the access road in front of Buc-ee's at the Texas motor speedway the speed limit signs have no speed on them.
 
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Candian for cattle guard. I'd never seen this before till I rode to alaska. I was talking to a Canadian lady at one of the campgrounds and told her we call them cattle guards and she had never heard them called that, only Texas gates.
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