We’ve all seen amazing scenarios and scenarios like this, mostly on social media channels. But we rarely come across a job that is so obvious that it falls into the “you had a job” category. Just search online, and you will see what I mean.
In the case of this guide barrier sign, which is installed in the middle of the bike path on the side of the Trail Shoreline, this scratch is real. I mean, what were the workers thinking about when they installed this sign? What’s worse, if possible worse, it seems that there is plenty of space on the side of the bike path for proper installation. The only thing I can think of could have happened, is that the workers whose task it was to do the job decided to do it in the middle of the night … without a flashlight.
If you’re riding a bike on the banks of the Niagara River, be sure to check out this amazing bug at the entrance to the Niagara Falls Park. You can’t miss it, especially if you’re heading north. In any case, if there is any reason to wear a cycling helmet, it should be.