The ruins of the Ballinrobe military barracks
Message understood.God bless.
Does that include monkey business?
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Yes... they do mean business.
Tienes unas fotos extraordinarias en tu blog, me han gustado mucho. Tienes un nuevo seguidor desde España. Saludos
Great composition of this photo.
...and they mean business! I can tell you that I'm going up there. Thanks Bill for sharing, enjoy your week.
A clear sign!
No question about that for sure!
Absolutely not interested in visiting for any reason, thank you :)
You definitely can't miss that sign!
Loud and clear sir!
"Notice!" … I am back! LOL
Not that interested in going up that gangway anyway, a bit iffy on treads!
They mean business! A serious sign.
Serious but polite!
Tell it how it is!
Hmmm! Now I'm curious as to what's up there Bill 😉
I'll respect the sign!
Do people follow this direction?
A very clear sign indeed!All the best Jan
Okay! Let's not go up there, Bill!
Sometimes it pays to make it perfectly clear!! : )
Wouldn't want to trespass there.
Define business. That could be anything. :)
Think I;ll pay attention to this signMB
Interesting sign but would it keep the very curious out.
The way the sign is placed, it would put off even those interested!
Well...that doesn't sound like Ireland's land of 1,000 welcomes... ;-}
Seems clear to me, I hope no one goes it over that isn't meant to.
One must always have permission before entering a ship. Interesting sign.
A clear sign
No doubt left there for sure.
Looks like they mean business.
What's the ship? Please.
It's one of the fishing ships docked at the harbour.