sign posts

On the door of a
locked up tight old gas station
Mathews, VA.

18 comments:

  1. Actually, Daryl, this is a courtesy updating of the old sign:
    "G I T!!!!"

    LOL

    Aloha ha ha

    Comfort Spiral

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  2. love the peeling paint and the ambiance implied.

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  3. Good one. I don't have peddlers these days, but I would love one telling the politicians to go away.

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  4. A gas station discriminating against cyclists! Shocking!

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  5. The last peddlars we got were selling fish! :)

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  6. The assumption is that peddlers can read. Or, is he referring to bicyclers?

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  7. Love it.. but you guys really have to stop with the Mathews pics.. you are sending me on goose chases trying to find where the were!

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  8. Probably because people on bicycles don't buy gas, they just occasionally get a little of that free air and mosey on down the road. And no gas sold=one out of business gas station.

    Oh wait. That's spelled...

    nevermind.

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  9. Don't you just wonder what they were peddeling back then? Have a fun labor day weekend. We are at the shore soaking in the last glorious rays of summer. Don't want it to end.
    Joyce

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  10. I've never met a sign I haven't liked. which reminds me of my all time favorite sign...which will be featured in my blog...if I can find it!

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  11. Provocative post. Who gets so worried about peddlers, he/she has to put up a sign. Then goes out of business. No worrying about peddlers, now! Hah.

    There's a moral here somewhere.

    By the by, you're right about the Barefoot Postman. We've driven by many times. The story is fascinating, too. But I can't remember all the details...just that he slogged through swamps filled with gators, etc., to deliver the mail so many years ago!

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  12. Wonder if that is for the girls on the corner? Nah....
    <><

    ps ~ A BIG thank you from the principle of our local elementary school for the supplies~

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  13. Oh, how freaky is this? Last night, while perusing photos for something to post on my photo blog, I began working on this very same sign. (I took it standing next to you, remember?) Then I decided not to and posted the Davis Creek Marina photo instead.
    Weird, right? I thought so.

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  14. A notice taken too seriously,even by the customers.

    Thanks for stopping by.

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