Interstate 75, Mile Marker 99 in
Kentucky near Lexington KY.
This Driver reports: "Porkers
hide at end of concrete divider. Northbound drivers can see him from about a
mile away and he is harmless to them. Southbound drivers cannot see him
because of a hill in the median that obstructs view until five seconds before
you reach him. There is no time to slow down and you are guaranteed a ticket
if you go over 75 mph." Bears are creatures of habit.
Mary reports: "This is on the Fayette County
side of the bridge going south. This is one of the few places they can get
you going either way because the edge of the bridge is there and then the
concrete divider stop because of a hill in the median. You can't see them
until you are right up on them."
There are specific "Situations" where you can find bears because
they are creatures of habit.
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