Signs in the South Island

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!

Sign at the earthquake-damaged ChristChurch Cathedral

This sign is part of a display at the earthquake-damaged ChristChurch Cathedral.

Sign advising motorists to slow down on country roads

The sign says, “Country roads are not motorways. Slow down.” Fun fact: In New Zealand, the maximum speed limit is 60 mph…

 

 

Sign for Wakatipu Croquet Club

The game of croquet appears to be taken quite seriously here.

Statue of a Tolkien dwarf in the Auckland airport

This is, ahem, a giant statue of a dwarf in the Auckland airport.

Sign on a Tolkien dwarf statue in the Auckland airport

The giant dwarf statue is on loan from Middle Earth. 🙂

A farm stand near Abel Tasman national park

A cute farm stand near Abel Tasman National Park.

A one-lane bridge in Mount Cook National Park

Make sure to note who has the right of way on the one-lane bridges!

A sign near a hiking trail "Lambing in Progress"

Lambing in progress!

A quaint motel sign

A pretty sweet-looking MOTEL sign.

A motor camp playground

This motor camp awesomely repurposed some classic McDonald’s playground equipment!

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Signs in Glenwood Springs

Recently, I visited Glenwood Springs, Colorado, where I saw some signs.

I did. And it was. (The restaurant is called Slope and Hatch.)

A sign on a restaurant, "Come in, we're awesome"

Bicyclist, you shall dismount! (Or you shall not pass!)

A sign next to a bike path bridge, "Bicyclist shall dismount"