Signs Everywhere We Go

In 2015 I wrote a post about signs along the way: some of the signs we had seen in various places in our travels.  Since then we have seen a lot more signs.  In fact, we see signs everywhere we go.  Big signs, little signs, signs of hope, signs of despair, signs of warning and signs of celebration.  I thought you might enjoy seeing some of the signs we have seen.

Tom and Karen at the Grand Canyon of Minnesota
This moving gate will pinch you
This moving gate will whack you
If you are trying to get a thrill while in a wheelchair
From the TV show “Bob’s Burgers”
Watch out for that saw taking off your foot
I get a charge out of this sign

Stick figure warning man made plenty of appearances.  We also saw humorous signs and some where we wondered if the intention was humorous.   Some signs are temporary and others permanent.  Some of the signs are ironic and some are just strange.

Because it is too bumpy to go fast
We are in the south, so it makes sense
A series of signs by Glory Vegetables coming out of Myrtle Beach
Somebody at this park has a sense of humor
Not a sign, but still pretty strange
So what day is it open?
No middle ground here
I’m glad someone does
Minnesota humor
A flood zone is a strange place for a parking lot
One more stick figure warning man appearance

Enjoy these signs.  We see signs everywhere we go.  Do you?

  • Kristin Burkey

    I will now be singing “Signs signs, everywhere a sign” for the rest of the day.

    • revkaren54

      Good job catching that! I wanted to make the reference more explicit but WordPress didn’t like repeating the word in the title!

    • Kristin Burkey

      5 hours later and I’m still singing it!

  • Kristine Moye

    Loved the Y’Allstate, ha! But very disturbed with stick man in a bun! Please tell where the food may contain human flesh so I can stay far away!

    • revkaren54

      The stick man in a bun is from the cartoon “Bob’s Burgers.” Bob was accused of using human flesh in his burgers and the Department of Health put that sign on his window. Bob wasn’t, of course.

      • Kristine Moye

        Ha! Whew, glad it is not a real restaurant. Too funny!