Monday, July 23, 2007

Inverness signs

 One of the things the village does do is they put up beautiful street signs with the Village Hall (mock castle) on the sign. This intersection has always been confusing because once you cross the street...it is a different street....and why go to all the trouble to make pretty signs when the Stop sign needs a new coat of paint? or maybe a new sign?
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  1. Hopefully someone from the town will see your blog and order a new stop sign!

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  2. je propose de faire une petition de tous les DP ;o)


    I propose to make a petition of all the DP ;O)

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  3. haha. whoever put it there has questionable taste.

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  4. Yes, let's petition as Olivier suggests. In such a pretty village signs should be perfect. :-))
    Have a great day!

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  5. No matter what, the blue sky and colors in the signs make a pretty picture. I hate to go in an unfamiliar town looking for a place and you can't read the street signs.

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  6. This is great--I love learning how life is just some umm, 40(?--not sure exactly) miles away..as to your fire services post, oh my, yes, keep your fingers crossed and never leave the house with the stove on!!

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  7. Hi bluechic, I am 34.48 miles from my front door to Navy Pier.....is that helpful? I know it's amazing what I see on your blog as well living so close!! and you bet I never leave the stove on...or the iron...or curling iron..or ...you get my point!

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  8. Amazing post. One day I'll post a peculiar stot sign, but taking into account my delay in posting (I'm now in May 2005 and this trip was made in Novenber 2006), it may take some time... Be patient, please!

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  9. Nice shot. That is great the village puts such beautiful street signs up but like you point out, when the upkeep is not maintained on other signs, it can be a distraction.

    Thanks for visiting my NorthBayPhoto blog.

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