Strange Road Signs

Discussion in 'General Cycling Discussions' started by DRM, 28 Apr 2018.

  1. Dogtrousers

    Dogtrousers Kilometre nibbler

  2. Profpointy

    Profpointy Guru

    Belated reply, and I may previously have recounted the tale, but we were based in Ballyvaughan on a caving holiday in the '80s and one of the group had cycled there across Ireland on somethig like a ahopping bike. To to set the scene, she was a formidable German lass, blond, pigtails, and a horned helmet and spear wouldn't have seemed out of place. She arrived a few days after the rest of us after this long cycle ride on a crap bike and walked into the bar and her sheer presence caused all heads to turn whereopon she announced ti the whole bar "christ my fanny is f@£&@n sore!"

    The pause in conversation was quite long to say the least
     
  3. classic33

    classic33 Legendary Member

    Ailwee Cave, The Burren?
     
  4. Profpointy

    Profpointy Guru

    Sadly we never managed to sweet talk the Ailwee owner to let us explore beyond the ahow cave.

    Pollnagollum - poulelva throughtrip was a highlight I recall doing after our morning Guiness had extended into a bit of a session. The entrance 100' abseil was a bit daunting but as soon as I lowered myself over the edge the adrenalin cut in and I instantly sobered up ! Another through trip recall the pre-rigged exit came out in a field of bullocks who were chewing the rope we were hanging on. Each time I shooed them off they returned a bit closer and bolder.

    Must go back
     
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  5. classic33

    classic33 Legendary Member

    Changed hands a few times since
    then.


    Sign in Killaloe, at the bridge had over three dozen locations. Removed as people found it confusing!
     
  6. jack9266

    jack9266 Member

    when i go out for a ride, i always go down a path called 'But hole" lane
     
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