SignEdge: Feeling Tipsy?



Feeling Tipsy – Tip Jar at a local sports bar

What makes this sign rather “different” is that it serves as a double entendre since the picture was taken at our local Tailgaters Il Primo sports bar/eatery. Do you get the double entendre? I hope so because I think it is quirky!


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SignEdge: A Race Even I Could Win – Non Marathon

I know you have seen them. They sometimes have 26.2 on them or perhaps only 13.1. They are car window decals espousing participation in, or at least an interest in or passion for, a marathon or half-marathon.

Well…the other day I came across a race that a septuagenarian like me has the potential to win. I think even I have a realistic chance at this one! What do you think?



Car Decal Non-Marathon

If you want one for your car, you can purchase one HERE or a variation on the theme HERE.


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SignEdge: Hmmm? A Tunnel or Hat Ahead?



Bump in the road traffic sign
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While traveling through Tasmania, I noticed this sign that I had never seen before. It might be a bit confusing at first, but it simply means that there is a bump in the road.

 

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SignEdge: Every Family Has One



Black Jeep of the Family
Black Jeep of the Family

I am always on the look out for special signs and every once in a while, I am blown away by someone’s creativity. Since I am a self-proclaimedpunster, I certainly appreciate this type of humor.

Don’t you think this is a clever tire cover?



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SignEdge: Now That’s A Curve



Now That's A Curve
Eyes on the road for this one!

Returning from a jaunt in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, not far from Mt. Whitney, the roads were steep and curvy. We don’t often get to see a sign this extreme!

BTW – If you want to see another “rare” sight from the same trip, check this out!



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Year of Yosemite (YOY) – Day 185 (Off to Hetch Hetchy)

Entrance to Hetch Hetchy

Hetch Hetchy Welcoming Archway

If you are heading north from Yosemite Valley to the more remote Hetch Hetchy area, you will come to this wooden “gateway” welcoming visitors. This is not to be confused with the official entrance where the rangers greet visitors entering the district. This is primarily a decorative archway that adds to the ambiance.

 
Do you have a question about our visit to Yosemite? Ask it in the comment section.

 

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