I spotted this sidewalk sign the other day on historic Main Street in Park City, Utah.
What a fun collection of decorative signs!
I spotted this great sign in Rainbow Gardens, a truly unique decor and giftware store housed in the indoor swimming pool of a former Victorian spa and resort in Northern Utah.
I saw these delightfully homely signs while taking the Monte Cristo scenic drive through rural northern Utah a few weeks ago.
This is the time of year that ranchers bring their sheep and cows down off federal land, where they’ve been grazing all summer.
Naturally, I had to wonder—Do only the slow sheep hang out on the road?
The fast sheep are quick enough to get out of the way of speeding cars! 😉
On a recent trip to the South Island of New Zealand, I saw a variety of interesting signs!
This chiropractor has both national pride and a sense of humor!
This sign is part of a display at the earthquake-damaged ChristChurch Cathedral.
The sign says, “Country roads are not motorways. Slow down.” Fun fact: In New Zealand, the maximum speed limit is 60 mph…
The game of croquet appears to be taken quite seriously here.
This is, ahem, a giant statue of a dwarf in the Auckland airport.
The giant dwarf statue is on loan from Middle Earth. 🙂
A cute farm stand near Abel Tasman National Park.
Make sure to note who has the right of way on the one-lane bridges!
Lambing in progress!
A pretty sweet-looking MOTEL sign.
This motor camp awesomely repurposed some classic McDonald’s playground equipment!
I encountered Star Wars Day 2018 being celebrated with style in a Vietnamese pho restaurant and on the interstate this past weekend. 🙂
If you have not yet set your exercise goals for the new year, perhaps these signs will give you some inspiration!
I came across this sign at the back entrance to an outdoor book store in Connecticut.
While I was out Christmas shopping, I came across quite a few fun and humorous decorative signs:
Naturally, when I see this sign, I immediately want to move the chair and then stand on it!
(Is it permissible for one to sit on the chair, I wonder? And how does one access the items on the shelf behind the chair if it cannot be moved? A chair that can neither be moved nor used seems to me to be a pointless chair…)