You know you've hit a tourist area when you see a sign like the one below.
No shortage of things to do here.
The following wonderful sign was posted next to "The Happy Dudes Surfer Emporium" chip truck. There was a lovely, lazy, yellow dog dozing in the shade not far from the sign. He didn't even lift his head when we came by to take a picture.
Now what do you make of the sign below ? Is it warning the ducks to be careful as there are children in the area ? or is it telling children to watch out for attacking duck families ?
On gravel roads in Ontario you might see a sign that says "loose gravel". This local sign intends to convey the same warning.
How on earth is a person supposed to avoid "flying stones" ? I watched for ages but they pretty much just lay there on the road, thank goodness. As I walked away I kept expecting one to whack me in the back of the head when I wasn't looking.
I like church signs that get me thinking -- but I don't think the writer understands the impact of the message conveyed by this sign.
Did the minister / sign-writer-person not see the contradiction when later on they posted this new sign ?
I really liked this sign.
This hand-written, self-explanatory sign in a lighthouse made me smile with its understated way of requesting that visitors not smoke.
My favourite sign is this one.
Great advice for all of us.