It's a good job I always allow extra time for road journeys. Yesterday while driving the country lanes to visit the Wagon and Horses for a meal I had only travelled a mile before meeting:
The combine was nearly as wide as the twisty road so there was no chance to overtake. Not that that worries me. It makes a change to go at 5 to 10 mph and be able to see more of the surroundings. They have an important job to do and I had plenty of time. I have always found farm drivers to be courteous. On wider roads they normally find a suitable place to pull over and let traffic pass.
Overseas visitors may be puzzled by the black and white posts at the side of the road from time to time. They mark the edge of the road at night and in snowy weather give an indication of the depth of snow. Not many left these days. I don't think they get replaced when they are knocked down.