Wishing all my American friends a very Happy Thanksgiving!
While walking with Benny, one day last month I came upon this sign at the edge of the park, near a parking lot.
It's a clever and timely placement since it was during the peak of the salmon run in the creek, which means a number of salmon carcasses along the banks. Not much is more inviting to a dog like Benny than following his nose to a rotting salmon and sharing its scent by rolling in it. Clever dog wash people. And good boy Benny for not doing the doggie stop, drop and roll so far, this year.
Another sign, seen on the highway between Frank's place and mine.
A weathered sticker on the back of a truck offered a reasonable suggestion.
Also seen on the highway a bit closer to home.
This is actually a piece of artwork which only makes a bit more sense when you pass it by.
Although stationary the word changes as you drive along.
A bit of a play on words to find artwork which simply states "still life." You can read more about it here.
And now, without further delay, here are the Posts of the Week. The icon below is yours for the taking if if your blog post is named as a POTW.
A GOOD LAUGH
Oh, the Things You Can Blog!
at Unknown Mami
A GOOD READ
S is for... (Sex)
by Ellen at Stuff
from Ellen's Head
Beware What the Cook Won't Eat
at Writing Down the Words
at Birds and Nature in the Forest of Dean
at The Run-A-Rounds Ranch Report
A GOOD RANT
Enter at Own Risk
by The Bag Lady
at Bag Lady's Blather
JUST PLAIN GOOD
It's the Little Things
at Just One Life
Mother Nature is My Muse
at Have a Beauty Filled Day
AN AMUSING VIDEO
Because It's Worth It...
at Be Yourself
I'm Not A Torke! And Other Terms from the Word Verification Dictionary
at Two Bears Farm
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The Babysitters Flub #1
at A Lady Reveals Nothing
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