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England Travels: Sutton Bank

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Sutton Bank is on top of a hill with a 25% grade. Note that I was in the front passenger seat (left side) and was generally accepting that people won't spontaneously switch to the US style of driving. There is traffic in our lane ahead of us and oncoming traffic on the right side. All is the way it should be (over there). But every now and then, sometimes one has to ignore the visual messages that say, "Holy crap, we're passing someone, and oncoming traffic is passing someone, and should we just stay in this lane or try to 'fix' everything at the last moment?" Fortuantely, I wasn't driving, so I just go with "I'm not driving. Bethan likely knows what she's doing. My the countryside is pretty, let's look over that way."


This page last modified May 05, 2018.
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