Random mutterings, observations, and comments on what ever comes to mind. Photos will be posted.
I've seen signs for deer, elk, bear and moose living in Michigan and now New England. I've never seen a sign to watch out for big horn sheep. I need to get out west.
I have seen them wandering on the roads of the Black Hills, but I'm still waiting to see an elk. They are there, but elusive.
Nice drawing on the sign :)MersadMersad Donko Photography
I wouldn't want to bump into those horns TFG :)
I've seen similar signs in Colorado. Not in Florida, though.Re your comment about Florida's seasons: Not much change in south Florida, but we have some seasonal changes here in central and in north Florida.
Lucky for you. All I see here is deer crossing signs.
Great! We do not see signs like these around here...
I've seen signs like this though mainly for bison!
We see kangaroo, wombat, koala & cattle ahead signs but no sheep signs.
Adding to the previous comment, on my peninsula we also have duck signs. I have never seen one like this.
we have lots of deer crossing and even farmer crossings but no big horn crossing signs!
Are they walking on the road or is it just the thought.
Yes, one can see them walking on the road unlike Deer crossing signs where one seldom sees a deer.
I would be prepared to stop, with my camera!
I wouldn't want to mess with one of them.
If I saw one, I would definitely want to stop even without the sign!
Did you have to stop? Great sign!
BTW, I answered your question. The supports for the gingerbread house are made from wood, but everything else is edible. Though, it is probably pretty stale when it is broken up, so I doubt anyone eats anything.