Oh no!I hope you are enjoying the weekend, Michelle.Have a good week.
Our roads don't have white lines but they had to put double yellow down the center as people were driving on the wrong side of the roads especially on curves. It was really dangerous as they did it at high speed, almost beyond belief.
It happens, and not a good thing either.
Well at least you not drive into the ditch at night!!
it's still a beautiful country road.....it's just "outlined" to enhance it ;)
In all seriousness tho....YOUR tiny country road looks to be in such beautiful, pristine, condition...UNLIKE what I have to drive over so often...filled with potholes and patching work that is uneven.What a pretty scene. [your road, not my potholes]
Oh oh!!!! Not good those whiten ones in your neck of the woods Michelle.Blessings Francine.
Awww......it's hard to stay country in this day and age...:( May the sun and road wear fade them quickly...:)
at least it looks neat and pretty. :)
Kind of strange looking, if you ask me.
Yep, civilization cometh!
It does look fresh and neat.. I hate being stuck behind these line painters..
Ahh...progress in some eyes...invasion in others.
Hi Michelle, Wow, wonder why they did that? Could it be for those cars of the future that will drive themselves along and need a white line to follow? This is probably what your road crew calls an "improvement". Ha ha. I don't know. I agree with you ... no lines necessary. Have a good Sunday. John
I would feel the same way :)
At least they're straight. ha.
I would agree with you - I'll take the country road. :)
At least there are center lines or stop lights! Our country road in front of our house has fog lines and center lines.. but no stop lights in our 2 little towns that we live between. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)
Why did they want to go and ruin a good thing. I'm with you.....I like Country roads...no stripes!
I guess the upside is that it will keep people from driving off the side of the road at night, but I sure do wish they would spend some more of the road money on fixing all of the pot holes before winter comes back. xo Laura
I hope it doesn't creep to far in on you guys. Happy Sunday Michelle
I know how you feel. I drove back from work one evening last year to discover they had painted a parting line in one of the road I take to the Cottage and had a weird feeling that something was lost...
Maybe it won't creep any further than the white lines....Hope you can keep Walmart out of your sweet town.
But the white lines might help keep the drunks from driving into the fields at night. :-)
Bike path maybe?
I just hate when that happens....it's going on here too! Sheesh! Why can' they just stay away from the country? Ha!
We pass a lot of homes on the way to our daughter's house, and I often make the comment that I bet they were built before they dreamed the road would ever be so busy. Hoping yours does not turn out that way.
They painted new yellow lines on all our country roads. I'm not liking it either!
Hmmm. I hope these white lines don't encourage motorists to drive even faster than they already do!
around here they only put a yellow line down the middle and no white ones on the outside.
You made me laugh!
Yes, unfortunately that happens everywhere. I am surprised there is no dotted line in the middle. Sure is a great way to ruin the look of the country!!
Many of the back roads in our area don't have lines of any sorts, which is a shame as it would be helpful to know where the side of the road was before hitting the ditch (literally). I think the white lines are sort of pretty in their own way.
I'm glad you're sparing yourself the spray paint problems. But you have to wonder what purpose those lines serve, when they don't divide any lanes...
They look fine and probably will be helpful to those less inclined to pay attention to the road at night. Still a lovely country road.
We felt similar pangs when they put up huge new highly reflective yellow "curve" signs on our dirt road. Signs, signs, everywhere signs!Harshing our mellow.
Not sure what the white lines mean in your country but It all seems a bit unnecessary for a road of this size. Maybe it's to assist drivers at night or make it "pretty as a picture". I'm sure the money spent could be put to some better use.