Late one night in the fall or 1981, a young traffic engineer was redesigning the intersection of Routes 7 and 22. As he dozed off, his pencil slipped off the page. The next morning, as he awoke in a pool of his own drool, he noticed the slobber and lead mark awkwardly connected the two roads, but oddly off to the side. It was the birth of the jughandle. On locally maintained roads, and in other states, Jughandle signage can appear to be haphazard and confusing to out of state drivers. Jughandle, the ultimate team, has been consistently fielding a team for the past 12 years. Jughandle prides itself on playing with spirit. No left turns. Joyfire. GO BIRDS.