Monday, March 3, 2014

Some Signs of Summer

Ha!  There is still snow here and it is way below zero.  There is no sign of summer…or even spring..yet.

Last summer I did see a few signs that were interesting enough to photograph.

Cows signs

With the price of beef…happiness is probably having just a cow or two.

Bull sign

“If you are thinking of crossing this field, you best do it in 9.9 seconds – The bull can do it in 10.0” 

This guy or gal had a sense of humor.

I took these photos on some back road in Hubbard County.  Some days when we go for a drive, we just take roads because we have never been on them before.  You never can tell what you might find around the next bend.

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23 comments:

  1. We do the same thing trying to get "lost" here. You never know who or what you might run across. Like Hubbard Counties famous sign painting wits....:)

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  2. I do love to take back roads. You get to see so much more of what is around you. That farmer really has a neat sense of humor. Hopefully one of these days Spring will arrive.

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  3. That second sign definitely made me laugh. But yeah, I guess I would stay out of that field. :-)

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  4. Morning, so nice to see green instead of white in the pictures. Great humor, love taking back roads, Blessings Francine.

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  5. I really like those signs!

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  6. We do the same thing I love going for drives in our country side and taking roads we have not yet traveled ! These are cute . I would have a cow or two just because if I could , I love farm animals and miss them . Oh look green grass in you wonderful photos . All though cold here the sun has been shining every day so far and snow has been melting ! Thanks for sharing , Have a good day !

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  7. I too love to find back roads we've never been on. I love those signs!

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  8. I have a friend who that first sign would be perfect for. I've seen various versions of the second sign, sometimes it is a dog and a yard instead of a bull and a field. We love taking the back roads too, although living in a mountainous area somewhat limits the backroads compared to flatter land.

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  9. With the price of beef, happiness would be having many cows. I have been blocked from you photos for a couple of days but I am back viewing them now again. I think the school server which this computer is routed through didn't like your photos but I think they are great.

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  10. Wonderful signs! And my first reaction to the title of your post was, "Summer? I'm still waiting for spring!", but it was restorative to be given a glimpse of the future.

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  11. All the bends have something interesting around them. These are great signs.

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  12. Very creative people writing those signs.

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  13. Love the signs - thanks for the chuckles this morning.

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  14. You MADE my day after a nasty winter weekend! LOVE IT.

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  15. What a great pun your title is! And those summer signs are just way cool. I love country back roads.

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  16. Yesterday we were in shorts. Today we had our parkas on. In the South!
    Spring has to find us sooner or later.
    Have a good week and stay warm!

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  17. Oh, I love those two signs. So funny!

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  18. Way back when the price of gas wasn't @*&% dollars per gallon, I used to take the back roads for a leisurely drive to nowhere, just because, too. Don't do that so often anymore :(

    Thanks for sharing your fun signs. Not sure even an Olympian could make it across that field in time.

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  19. Fun signs! I think we are having Spring as my allergies are kicking in :(

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  20. I love both signs! Printed well, reads well...proceed!
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  21. Oh, I LOVED those signs!!! Now there are some people with a great outlook on life and a sense of humor. :)

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