Back when Route 66 was still the major thoroughfare, the Burma-Shave company posted a series of signs each about 100-200 feet apart, that formed an advertising jingle. These, northwest of Seligman Arizona, are replicas of the originals. There were 3 or 4 series in the area.
Last edited by SpecialK; 10-13-2009 at 10:29 PM.
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From our COLD February campout:
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Obviously some young entrepreneur thought he'd hit the jackpot with this one....
Or, you know, Irish trolls.
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I'm glad that the owner at least purchased some Australian memorabilia that was made in Australia rather than made in China.
Originally Posted by re.ac.tor
From the local pond.
I'm not sure if any activity is allowed here. I will report back after reading all the signs.
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Signs in park
With daylight savings time, you cant say when it gets dark:
Dog s**t is a problem in parks:
Last edited by kardinal; 10-08-2009 at 10:17 PM.
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I don't even want to know?
Sign at a rest stop on I40 near Greensboro, NC.......
Guess some people can't read?
Or they just ignored the sign?