Reflecting on what I learn, including the stuff that's whack--
Not "no passing" signs I hope!I like the varying textures of the metals and the different angles of the objects.Thanks for the image.
Ann:Seems that sign slipped DOWN a might...Or are they now catering to the "vertically-challenged" contingent in town?(inquiring minds wish to know):)Have a great day.
Dear Captain,oh, no--the important thing was "no stopping, standing, or parking" so you see I could have gotten two tickets! LOL!Thanks for the props,Ann T.Dear Bob,They are currently moving the signs from the old posts to the new posts. We are becoming historically preserved. However, the signs will not be vintage--they wiil be enforced!Thank you! Have a great day, and no vertical challenges to us!Ann
Ann T:This must be an Old Post, since you can see the remnants of old paper signs that had been glued on. Reminds me of NYC. Thanks for the photo!The Observer
Dear The Observer,Our six-month--no. Our eight-month project that was interrupted by snow is winding to a close. I think they have streetlamps, striping, and gardening left. Without stripes or street lights at night, we have incipient trouble. One of the homeless guys was hit riding his bicycle at night and tore some ligaments. he's okay!Thanks for popping in!Always a pleasure!Ann T.
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