Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Signs, Signs


You never know what you might see driving on a country road.

12 comments:

ewok1993 said...

I learned what these are called. Thank you.

Lesley said...

You know, these just may become ever more popular after the royal wedding! Imagine them painted white with flowers trailing....

Greyscale Territory said...

O what a romantic flashback! And it looks as if this is the main selling line in this business! A great find!

Clytie said...

How beautiful - so romantic and nostalgic all at the same time.

EG Wow said...

Handsome vehicle! :)

Postcardy said...

They look like they are in great condition. I wonder whether they are new or restored antiques.

Genie said...

We do not live to far from many Amish people so are used to seeing these on the roads. Great post this week.

Pat said...

Cute...and now that gas prices are skyrocketing, we might see more horse-drawn carriages again!

Joy said...

What an amazing sight to come across. Its like going back in time.

J Bar said...

That's interesting. I had no idea they were called that.
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Andy said...

Waiting for a comeback once the oil is gone?

RedPat said...

I have never seen a sign like that before - as the gas prices rise, we may see more of them.