Dungloe developed as a town in the middle of the 18th century, and now serves as the administrative and retail centre for the west of County Donegal.
Forget the dog... beware of the wife. ▓⚗_⚗▓
Mais um sinal para a "colecção", aproveito para desejar a continuação de uma boa semana.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
Loud and clear.
Sounds like your typical farmer resides within!
Well that is clear, you are not invited!
Our neighbour who lives just down the road went to France on holiday and came back with his head all bandaged up. Apparently he is so tall that in Paris he hit his head against a "MIND YOUR HEAD" notice. He was asked at the hospital whether he did not see the notice. He said he saw it but he could not read French!God bless.
Nice fence and gate with neat warning
You’ve been warned.
Enter at your own risk. I don't think I'd like to step beyond that gate.
...looks like a lawyer wrote this one.
If I walked across that gate I wouldn't go in.
I think I'll take that warning seriously.
Best not to pass in
Hello, it is best to stay away! Wishing you a happy day!
Definitely not friendly.
In other words "Keep out!"
That's telling us then!Keep out!All the best Jan
That sounds pretty serious!
This sign makes it clear that the public is not welcome.
That is a few more words than your usual (for here, anyway) 'No Trespassing'!
That is a perfectly clear sign!Have a wonderful day.
Almost like a legal notice!
Oh. So he doesn't want to be blamed if someone gets gored by a bull.
Signs are a necessity these days. People have no respect for someone else's property.If they get hurt on said property they want to sue the owner right away.
Enter at your own risk hey Bill 😊
Sadly here trespassing on rural properties, even 'abandoned' ones are an issue.
That is quite an interesting way to post a No Trespassing warning and presumbably gets the point across quite effectively.