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Friday, September 16, 2011

Chance encounters that made me smile

A series of road signs near Rockhampton designed to keep drivers alert
and inject a bit of humour into the car

Distance sign at BP Proserpine - almost there!
Summer footwear - tossed to one side as you do
Dh's runners neat and tidy - only worn a couple of times
Dh's tanned arms and knees

Just one solitary gull looking out to sea
Still smiling!

8 comments:

  1. I'm smiling! We don't have fun road signs like that!

    Love the gull at the sea shore!

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  2. G'day Cathy. Great pics. Love the gull on the beach. Hubby and I have just driven from Melbourne to Wodonga to look at a new car and I kept asking "Are we there yet"? Now we have to drive home !!!!! Take care. Liz...

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  3. Our utility porch looks like that with our shoe selections near the door. You should see it when the grandkids are here:)

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  4. Ha ha, made me smile too.
    Enjoyed your photos :D)

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  5. we saw those signs going to queensland too. and the ones coming home. it was like having the kids in the car with us.

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  6. Hi Cathy, thought I'd pop in, leave a comment and join your blog followers.
    The joggers made me chuckle. Petal has a pair that have only seen daylight once! Give him a pair of RM Williams boots and you need a can opener to get them off him.

    Maa

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  7. I love that first sign, so cute.....

    Gill in Canada

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  8. I like that "How long to go" sign, as well as all the other photos. Thanks. As many of us Yanks might have put it, "Are we there yet?"

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Cathy