Ranch life in the Big Sky state through the eyes of one who has lived through it...so far.

Saturday, November 19, 2011

Signs

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One of my amusing little hobbies. Signs. Of what, I'm not sure. (Trouble reading? Click on the picture to enlarge.)



Not that anyone would reconsider getting flung sixty feet in the air. 



Kids are fine, but you gold panners stay the heck out. 



Thank God. Don't know what I'd do if I couldn't get refrigerated worms at three o'clock in the morning



Hannibal Lector, instructor?



What, you thought it was only a song?


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And people say we have no culture out here.



This left me speechless. And I think the lady behind me was packin'.

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4 comments:

M. Dunham said...

Oh man, you should see the wild signs people leave here in Australia. For example: one that shows a picture of a kangaroo and says "next 6 km's" - because the kangaroo knows it's only allowed to bounce on the road in those next 6 km's, but after that it's a no-no.

Kari Lynn Dell said...

M: Yeah, we've got the same thing here. "Deer Crossing". Like they've been trained to use the crosswalk.

M. Dunham said...

K: Yep, we have those in Michigan as well. But in Michigan we all know the highway belongs to the deer and we just borrow it. ;)

My other personal favorite is people who advertise gardening manure - homemade signs that say "Horse Poo $3". Which just shows how mature I am, because I love driving down the road and seeing a dozen signs with "poo" on them.

Kari Lynn Dell said...

M: Well, I guess the signs could say Loads of Crap $20. But those are probably on the lawn in front of the Senate building.