Photo by Jason DeVarennes

Thursday, December 8, 2011

Signs of the Times

I notice odd things sometimes when I'm out riding. Here's a few shots of some of my favorite signs.Is it any wonder that I ever find my way back home?

I found this one last spring while riding in NC. What could it mean? I think we could use some signs like this in Massachusetts, just to indicate that the road ahead is actually just a series of potholes loosely joined by bits of pavement.
Another of my favorites. If there is Nonesuch Road, why does it need a sign?

Bring on the Flat Hills!

We are plain speakers here in New England!
Meet me at the brick building. It's the one with the sign over the door that says "Brick Building."

This goes a long way in explaining why they have to label the brick building. Note that the schools are on Church Street, while the church is on School street.


  1. I used to live on Flat Hills Road. It's flat at the top, with hills on both ends!

  2. Kind of the opposite of Ohio: round on both ends and high in the middle.