Thortok2000 wrote:Look at the road.
Point at it.
Begin the sentence: "That is a..."
I could let you play that game with many roads.
I-80 Bus W is a __________.
Broadway is a __________.
The Forest Service calls their own roads trails. But that is no guarantee that they are passable or reasonable. I don't know of any that should be used mid-route. They are roads only in the sense that a logging road is a road.
-fs.usda.gov. (The word "trail" is omitted from the end of every name in this list, e.g., Trail Canyon Trail.)For safety reasons, equestrian travel is NOT RECOMMENDED on the following trails: Bear Canyon 12W08, Burkhart 10W02, Creekside 11W11, Devil’s Canyon 11W07, First Water 11W14.B, Indian 11W18, Kenyon Devore 11W13, Lower Sam Merrill 12W14.1, Lower Winter Creek 11W15, Middle Sam Merrill 12W14.2, National Forest 11W10, Nature’s Canteen 12W03A, Rim 11W28, Twin Peaks 10W04.A, Upper Sam Merrill 12W14.3, Upper Winter Creek 11W23, Zion 11W17 Station Fire Closure- Burton 12W19, Colby Canyon 12W23, Colby Canyon 12W23.1, Condor Peak 13W05, Dawn Mine 12W13, Fall Creek 12W02, Gold Canyon 13W06, Stone Canyon 13W07, Strawberry 12W05.2, Strawberry Peak 12W05.1, Tom Sloan 12W22, Trail Canyon 13W03, World of Chaparral 12W03.
It is not a Forest Service road, it is a trail designated by the Forest Service.
"FS-" = "Forest Service trail".
Thortok2000 wrote:I don't think it harms anything to have the couple extra words.
- It causes a delay until Waze gets to the part of the instruction that the driver really does need to hear.
- It makes instructions so long that Waze cannot say them twice in 500'.
There are exits which have such long names that Waze doesn't finish them before it is time to repeat the instruction.
With FS-12W05.2, an extra word makes it more cumbersome.