|This sign points us to the main highway.|
As I rode the streets on my daily travels I became interested in the signs and where they directed people to flee to escape the rising waters of the ocean in a catastrophic event.
Today I decided to follow the signs leading away from our area near the laguna. I grabbed my bike and off I peddled. Some of the signs had arrows and some did not. I kept going and the ones with the arrows lead me to a place where I could see a point of safety up on a hill overlooking the highway. I stopped below the sign and took a photo and then started looking for a path up to the sign and the safety zone. I couldn't find one.
I can honestly say that they must have bushwhacked up the back side of the hill to install the sign that showed that this was a point of safety. My guess is that the signs get you to the rock face and then it is your job to climb to safety.
|Honest I checked for a trail or something.|
Just after I took the first photo, I rode to the next corner and spotted a one way arrow. As I sat there I saw three cars and a taxi go the wrong way on the one way street. I took a photo and then rode home.
At home I grabbed a drink and sat down to think about what I had seen this morning. Tsunami routs up cliffs and one ways that no one follows. I smiled and remembered where I was.
|Street going right is one way, Straight ahead is a two way.|
|One way to the left, cars driving to the right. ???|