Signs, signs…

Sharing the photos we took in October of some great signs on the main drag in the city of Carnation.

 

This is the City of Carnation city hall and council chambers.

 

Miller’s next door to Lazy K’s. There is also a ghost sign on the side of the building.

 

I see Lee Overalls, Union Made, Miller’s Dry Goods

 

 

Later in the middle of November and in December there was a lot of flooding in Carnation. We timed our visit well.

Hope you all had and are still enjoying a wonderful yuletide. Wishing you all a Prosperous New Year!

Linking up with Lesley at signs, signs! Hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and that your New Year will be filled with lots of good things!

Photobucket is holding all my photos from 2007-2015 hostage on their site. All my photos that I stored and uploaded from that site are now big ugly black and grey boxes with a message to pay big bucks to get them restored to my blog. It will take me a long time to restore thousands of posts.

15 thoughts on “Signs, signs…

  1. I love all these…signs are so special….and I really love the olden ones painted on the side of the buildings…how did u put the snow on your blog?

  2. Beautiful current sign and intriguing ghost sign on the same building. I believe you win a prize for that! Or should. I have to go look up Carnation … I feel ashamed of myself somehow when I don’t have a picture of every Washington or Oregon town… It seems like we’ve been everywhere, but sometimes I get caught up short.

  3. I haven’t been through Carnation for many years. I love such signs in small towns ( and big ones too ) because not only are they cheery, so often depict historical content, informing any who’ll read of the town’s beginnings. There are quite a few small towns near us that always delight me with such signs on store sides.

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