Killybegs is Ireland’s largest fishing port located in the waters of Donegal Bay.
Lets hope their "stuff" is more reliable than their sign.
Only as long as the firm lives and thats not long these days.
I like your play on words Bill.
What a grey building!God bless.
Could it be a sabotage of the competitors?
Hello, I think they could use a more permanent sign there. Wishing you a happy day and a great week ahead!
It's slowly making an escape!Wishes for a nice day.
Think it needs a bit of service!
Definitely needs more glue!
A Real Metaphor For Small Mom & Pop Shops Cheers
will disappear soon....likely
Nope it's on it's way out for sure Bill 😉
They should have been more weather wise and at least get a sign made to withstand the elements :)
It's peeling away---maybe it's going by TrailerMB
Ah well, nothing lasts forever.
Nope! It's a good thing it's high of the ground or someone would have pulled it off already.
I hope the company is in better shape.
I believe you're right! : )
A good wind or two and it'll tear off.
It's definitely ready to peel away.
LOL! Very funny Bill, and I think you're right!
Yes, the sign doesn't give you a lot of confidence in the company, Bill!
Nice capture.My Signs
ha ha, stick around... good one!
...like they say Bill, few things last for ever! Some companies change their names so often that it doesn't pay to have permanent signs. Thanks for sharing this week.
Stickers just don't last.
Hallo Bill, deze sticker is zeer zeker aan vernieuwing toe.Groet kees.
It would be very satisfying to come and peel that off!! lol
"this sign isn't going to stick around much longer."I think you may be right Bill !All the best Jan
True. And naturally it's the part that says something.