In fact it was a job opportunity at one of those breweries (as a brewer) that originally got me out here for a final interview. They eventually went with someone else, which broke my heart, but I found a job in a different industry and we made the move happen.
I do a lot of driving on rural West Virginia roads to get to my hiking/biking locations. For the most part, the state does a lot better job than it did in years past in maintaining the roads, and the locals take advantage of it. Excessive speed around here is common, and I've gone around a curve to find someone rocketing along in my lane, or looked up and found someone riding my bumper, when they weren't there a few seconds earlier. Many of our rural roads are quite narrow.Nice set, beautiful part of the world.
Your narrow road looks wider than many of our country roads in the UK. They can get a bit scary when you encounter the locals racing towards you.