Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Wyoming Road Signs



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17 comments:

  1. LOL...I see signs like this all around me in Nevada too!

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  2. Looks a bit wild & woolly round there

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  3. Great find, particularly the 'no gas for 58 miles'. :)
    Happy WW!
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  4. Excellent! I vaguely remember driving through Wyoming as a kid when we were moving. It was January - brutal.

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  5. Those are great signs in the middle of nowhere!

    Momfever

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  6. Big country signs definitely, you woulnd't go too far without petrol stations in Ireland except for the main motorways.

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  7. Road trip! Love these, especially the one that says no services. Made me smile.

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  8. Nice signs. Looks like you're out in the middle of nowhere. :-)

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  9. What a fun idea for photos! ROAD TRIP :D

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  10. You know what we say in Wyoming? It is "miles and miles of nothing but miles and miles of nothing". We love it here.

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  11. Those are both great shots, but I absolutely LOVE the first one. No services, indeed. Wonderful captures!

    Have a lovely Saturday!
    ~ Joy @ joysweb

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  12. Great photos. They remind me of West Texas! It's nice to know there are still some wide open spaces in the U.S.
    My Saturday Snapshot post is HERE.

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  13. I love road signs...as a child, I traveled on road trips with my family, and reading the signs was a way to keep interested in our surroundings.

    Thanks! Here's MY SATURDAY SNAPSHOT POST

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  14. Ha-ha. How owuld one know what to do with that second sign.

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  15. Great signs! I remember seeing so many great ones like this (although my favorite is in Montana for the "testicle festival,") driving through that part of the country, but I never had my phone out in time to snap a picture!

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