We saw some great signs when we were in England. Pubs and Inns have some great unique signs.
This one really cracked me up…how fresh can Lobster be from Canada to Windsor, England? I suppose it can be flown in the same day but the sign still had me smiling.
Some signs around this old house are that the weather is turning on us. Today we filled a yard waste bin with leaves and it’s really just the beginning of the raking season. We are looking forward to a few more soccer games with the Seattle Sounders and since we came in 1st place overall for our MLS season we are really hoping to be able to be in the final game for the MLS championships. If that’s the case that game will be here in Seattle on December 7th! It would be pretty sweet to celebrate our Seattle Sounders 40th Anniversary year and my 40th wedding anniversary with a MLS championship on the same weekend. Hope you were able to follow that.
We get to spend some quality time with our adult kids this weekend and we’re really looking forward to that. If I’m scarce on the internet you will know why. We will be busy eating fish tacos, tomato rice soup, Swedish Pancakes, my mom’s roolyet and besides eating together we will be shooting at pumpkins and other things…
What are your plans for the weekend?
I’m linking up with Lesley for her Signs, Signs; a weekly meme of interesting, funny, ridiculous and unexplainable signs. In the future I hope to post more unique signs.
14 thoughts on “Signs from England”
I LOVE signs and these are wonderful.
Oh Ellen I love every one … We loved the London pubs and signs. But bunch of Carrots tops any we saw.. Love it! This would make about ten posts for me! Every one of the pics is wonderful!
Signs say so much about where we’ve been
Great signs! I had to think of Betty’s Jon when I saw the sign about the shed being a sanctuary. 🙂
I had to think of him too!
Great collection of signs. PS: The lobster is always fresh when it leaves Canada. 😉
Shooting at pumpkins?
Yes, there’s more than one way to carve a pumpkin…:)
What a great collection Ellen. Tom The Backroads Traveller
A great collection of signs. The “fresh Canadian lobster” one had me smiling inside. Enjoy your family oriented weekend!
I imagine that New Brunswick or Nova Scotia lobster from The Gulf of Maine…hahaha…is very fresh indeed. They probably even arrive alive.
The signs are so charming…
Enjoy smashing those pumpkins!
Wow! You really found a lot of signs. I love those shingle style ones that hang outside shops. They always seem really “European” to me!
I love them all!
Love this post! And you never know, they fly fresh, live creatures around the world for gourmet consumption. I don’t doubt the word a bit. But kind of pricey though. 😉