Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Kanga Route

Let's Have A Chorus Of Hop Hop Hooray


Photograph copyright: DAVID McMAHON

30 comments:

pat houseworth said...

That photo leaves me "wordless" ;)

Kathryn said...

Fabulous!
I was all excited when I was down in Florida and saw a sign for alligator crossing.

Sandpiper said...

Great photo!

Cowgirl said...

And here I was telling all & sundry how I never saw ANY tagging in Oz..... brill shot!

Hootin' Anni said...

Oh I like this...

My wordless is shared.

Villager said...

Happy WW! Hey ... where is the 'Rhino Route' (smile)...

My meme today focused on what Obama's personalized car license plate might say right about now!

peace, Villager

Texas Travelers said...

Great Wordless Wednesday and Super Signs for S.

Love the title.

Our "S" is Setting.
Come visit,
Troy and Martha

andrée said...

You've travelled here so you wouldn't even be as amazed at our moose crossing signs as I am with this. I love this!!

Seamus said...

Signs just say it all!!!!! :)

SandyCarlson said...

I will be on the lookout for cowboys hitching rides on kangaroos tagged "Trace."

jillie said...

Hmmm....looks like taggers have to leave their mark everywhere! What a shame.

CrazyCath said...

Or "clip clop hooray(Henry)"...
:0)

Organic Mama said...

I'm thinking the roo would win, but since I am Canadian, what the heck do I know about kangaroos? That's a great shot.

Loved your photo of the solitary man in my hometown of Montreal; there are many old parks even downtown where serenity can be found.

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Celebration of Life said...

If those signs were posted in Wyoming, they would be full of bullet holes.

willow said...

Great sign! Now that is something we don't see around these parts.

Cheerio said...

That is great. Signs for animals crossing are so great.

napaboaniya said...

I remember these well, on the roads outskirts of Australia :)

Mama Grizzly said...

cool! Definitely not something you find in my neck of the woods!

Dan Mega said...

Its just....

Thats it. Its just.

ces said...

i am hopping wordlesly!or is it the other way around? cute!

Sandi McBride said...

My oh my, for a moment there I thought I was in Australia...sadly, I'm not
Sandi

BNS said...

The question is: Do they both cross at the same time? or in succession? :-D

Bobbie

Bruno LoGreco said...

I've never seen a caution sign for Horse Back Riding.

Akelamalu said...

clip-clop, hip-hop!

MamaGeek said...

That is just so cool. Kangaroo's are the ultimate animal, I so wish we had them natively here!

nitebyrd said...

The horse sign is correct. The 'roo sign is a lie. I spent a month in Oz and saw plenty of kangaroo signs but nary a kangaroo! :(

the teach said...

Horse crossing, of course I've seen in the USA but the kanga crossing only in Australia! :D

archiearchive said...

So THAT is where Hopalong Cassidy retired - - -

San said...

Hopalong, Cassidy.

Jim said...

Happy WW, David!

I like your signs, the closer one especially. Signs are special to me, they are a way of silently broadcasting a message.

Often on Sundays I will post a church sign on my regular blog.
http://jimmiehov6.blogspot.com
Some of the signs there:
http://jimmiehov.blogspot.com/search?q=sign

A few traffic signs have appeared on my blogs,
http://jimmiehov6.blogspot.com/search?q=sign

We live on a golf course, there is a 'Golf Cart Crossing' sign right across the street in front of our house.
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