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      Sign of Confusion?
      Sign of Confusion?

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      gopherhockey




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      Registered: November 2002
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      Just before Tedman's Curve in the X loop at Leb you will come accross this sign. It seems to be confusing some.

      Just to help out, the part that shows the single black diamond that says "difficult" and points to the right denotes easier trail than the part that has two black diamonds that says "more difficult" and points to the left.

      It seems obvious to me, but I thought I'd point it out.

      Eventually we will replace this with signs easier to read from farther away on a moving bike.
      Date: Wed October 11, 2006 Views: 2,390
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      Keywords: lebanon hills trail sign
      Trail Name: Lebanon Hills
      Photo By: John Lundell
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  1.   Sat December 2, 2006 5:48pm Rating: 10 
    1. trogolodyte16

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      Registered: December 2004
      Location: DANGER CLOSE
      Posts: 2,159

      Makes sense to me....really scary when someone is coming the wrong daggone way!

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