Monday, February 18, 2013

Glad Rooster Sign

There were a couple of traffic signs from my visit to the Netherlands that provided some levity during our tours around the country. This is one of my favorites. I think the translation of "glad rooster" is smooth grid, which in this case seemed to be the same as a cattle guard for us in the U.S. Perhaps someone that is Dutch will see this and  chime in on what this means.

I was also surprised that the sign was on the left hand side of the path.
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Anonymous said...

I think in this case glad means slippery. Normally signs are placed on the right side or on both sides. Maybe there wasn't enough room on the right side.