Yes, I think there are too many signs here which makes life rather confusing.
Shouldn't a driver be paying attention to the road and not the road signs? Hope there weren't too many accidents caused by the distraction!!
How could you read all those in a moving car?
I'm so confused now I don't know what to do...should I visit Eagan or use Cliff Road without sprinkling or parking?Sheesh. Perhaps a Minnesotan is better able to decipher such stuff while driving down the road, talking on a cell phone, listening to a CD, looking the GPS display. I find it difficult to do more than two of those things at once. Certainly can't be bothered to try to read signs!
hahaha I am sure people ve to park their cars to read all the signs nd then realize they ve already broken a rule.....nice post....
Yep, the one missing would have said: no signs on this side.
I guess no one will stop the car to be able to read them... :-)
Well, I guess there can not be much missing here... ;-)
Gosh, what a mess! Are we really welcome in Eagan? Great find! I got lost in the sign maze. I think I need another sign to explain all others. (;
thank you for your visit . love the structure of you blog with abc wednesday , dogs thursday and so on . also the side column with a lot of colors . and when i see how many blogs you follow i realize there are so many places i want to add also and remember that when i first discovered "city daily photo" there were only a few cities , now is a bit overwhelming . good luck and all the best to "your" 8th largest city in minnesota !
This could be here! The strangest thing is that the four intimidating signs are arranged around a timid 'The City of Eagan Welcomes You'.
That should be enough signs to cause a few accidents.
Oops! Can this not get confusing?? Which one to read first :-O- Pixellicious Photos
yeah, i don;t think they will get the right reaction from putting the many signs together like that.
It pays to be a speed reader today :)
oh, that is priceless! Talk about over kill!
So, when does one sprinkle - on odd or even days?
Noticed lots of sign collections like this whilst travelling in the States. Always interesting.
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