Saturday, 22 March 2008

Warning sign

Earlier this month, as I showed on the blog, I went to Ness, where I found this roadsign. Nobody noticed it in the picture gallery, so I thought I'd blow it up.

17 comments:

  1. So someone either has a sense of humor here or they have actually imported a herd?!  -  Barbara

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  2. O that's too good, kangaroos??  Well why not, it's a jumpy world lately lol.  CTAHY

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  3. I did notice it but just took it for granted that some odd bod  was keeping a herd of them on their land.  Sheesh!  
    I am an idiot...they would have frozen to death by now had it been so.  Lol!
    It takes all kinds to make a world....and that includes me.   hahahaha!
    Jeanie

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  4. Somebody has a sense of humor. Any sign in Ness should relate to the infamous Loch Ness monster.      Every year during the Puyallup Fair, there's a man that lives about 8 miles from the Fair grounds that puts a "Fair Parking" sign out in front of his house.  It cracks me up everytime April & September when I drive by his house.  Linda in Washington state

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  5. Maybe they are disguised as sheep....
    Happy Easter!!!
    Linda :)

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  6. I think my stepdad had or has a kangaroo crossing sign on the barn from his trip to Australia...perhaps that is why I didn't take notice to this one.  LOL  I am going to have to look and see if it is still on the barn.
    Lisa

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  7. oh..i noticed it...but....what i really want to see...is the kangaroo! oxo

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  8. I didn't see the original entry.  I usually pick up on stuff like that.  I would have commented.  

    I have had many conversations at home with Dirk wondering why people don't  'get' the things I say, the symbolism, or the sarcasm, or sometimes the offbeat humor in the things I say in my journal.  Often in the tags or the subject line, it is clever.  Not one word is spoken.  Frustrating, isn't it.

    Have a very happy and beautiful Easter.

    Nelishia
    http://journals.aol.com/nelishianatl/PRAYINGANDBELIEVING/

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  9. That is too cute!  I love it

    ~Rosemary

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  10. LOL!! I like it

    enjoy your day

    betty

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  11. That's cute...LOL

    Take care!
    Joyce

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  12. cacklinrosie10123 March 2008 at 15:30

    LOL...I never notice things like that.  Too funny.  Chris

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  13. Lol! I didn't know they were indigenous to Scotland! Jeannette xx  

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  14. princesssaurora24 March 2008 at 05:11

    OMG... How funny!!!!  Your roos look a lot like sheep!  LOL

    be well,
    Dawn
    http://journals.aol.com/princesssaurora/CarpeDiem/

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  15. anything is possible! take care mrs t x

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  16. Ha ha!  Those must be some kangaroos with massive jumping powers to get from Australia to your island!
    Lori

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  17. I did notice-I really did-but didn't give it a second thought.
    Someone has a great sense of humor there....
    ~c~

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