They got the new concrete road finished!

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37 minutes ago, OnMyWay said:

Finished on time and on budget!

I thought that really MUST be a fake pic, but its all over Facebook as being a real pole in a real road:

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This is the pole of Casureco 2 at bgy tandoc, SIRUMA CAMARINES SUR. Awesome right. Road first before pole.

(Of course the Facebook post is in Tagalog so that is the Google Translation of it.)

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1 hour ago, OnMyWay said:

Finished on time and on budget!

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I see posts like this in a lot of places the only reason I can think of is that they don`t  coordinate their work.

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We were at Goose Island State Park (Texas) a few days ago. There is a large tree in the middle of an intersection.  You had to swing around the tree to go straight or make a left turn. First time I see a road with a telephone pole. Of course it's the Philippines so you don't question the logic.

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Plenty of room for scooters both directions and you still have a clear lane for bigger rigs.  Also looks like a very nice road to dry rice. 

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2 hours ago, Mike J said:

Plenty of room for scooters both directions and you still have a clear lane for bigger rigs.  Also looks like a very nice road to dry rice. 

Somebody will probably open a sari store or three.

 

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No street lights should be interesting at night with all the bikes and trikes with no lights on/

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Possibly the road is not open to traffic yet and it wont take long to move a pole like that and fill the hole with concrete. 

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Nothing like fresh rice!

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Posted (edited)

Poles in the streets seems more common than we can believe.

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