16 June, 2021

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 new sign on the road this week, must be a new horse in the neighborhood.


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44 comments:

  1. Hi Bill.

    Horse probably from that meadow next door.

    Greetings from Patricia.

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  2. Hope you will soon spot the horse galloping on the street :-))

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  3. If it's the same with you as it is in the UK, there's probably a riding school or something similar nearby. I live near Newmarket, the centre of the British horse race industry - they ought to have a sign there warning of occasional cars on the road in amongst the herds of racehorses!

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  4. I know those yellow squares with kangaroos on it. Not with horses.But it attracks attention.

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  5. A sign at the exact point, on the curve.Well captured.

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  6. You'll have to back there and capture the reason for the sign, Bill.

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  7. Bill... you are horsing around... right? 【ツ】

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  8. Do you ride a horse, Bill? I guess it is fun.

    God bless.

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  9. Oh, I think one of the wildest moments I recall was a rider galloping through Saturday night traffic in Del Rio. There were no signs around about that.

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  10. Nice to welcome the new neighbours.

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  11. A horse with its own sign, that's neat.

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  12. Interesting sign and I never seen one like this. I liked the fence in the photo.

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  13. I hope motorists will be a bit more cautious because of the sign.

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  14. ...a common one here too, but no horse droppings? Thanks Bill for sharing, enjoy your day.

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  15. That's a sign we sure don't ever see here in the city.

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  16. An unusual sign for sure! :)

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  17. Maybe you'll see the horse one of these days.

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  18. The horse gets his/her own sign!

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  19. Pretty area for horseback riding!

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  21. Hi Bill, This post reminded me of one Sign I saw one day and got confused for a moment it was a sign of "Witch Flying" then realized there was a school near by some kids must have done a prank. That day also I laughed and still when I think about it it brings smile on my face. . . You have a Nice day. . . :)

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  22. Looks good. There are plenty of those signs and deer signs here

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  23. Hay que saber, lo que te puedes encontrar en la carretera y que no te coja por sorpresa.

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  24. Horses are friends of humanbeing! I love Horses.

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  25. I've seen those signs here too. :)

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  26. That does look like horse fence up ahead. Ireland is famous for its horses.

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  27. Interesting that a sign was placed for possibly only a single horse in the area...or are there more than one, Bill?

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  28. There is similar signage here in the countryside.

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  29. Does that sign indicate that horses might be crossing the street?

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  30. great to have a horse in neighborhood

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  31. I hope the motorists notice the sign.

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  32. Genial por el caballito ojala no le pase nada te mando un beso y buena fotografía.

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  33. Could be - we have same signs here.

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  34. Good morning Bill from the Netherlands. Is good this sign like that because some do drive fast on back roads.

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  35. It's good to get pre warning Bill, don't want any horse surprises!

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  36. I've only seen a few signs warning of horses, even in horse country. Most people do not ride horses in the road.

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  37. Aqui por estes lados, acontece o contrário... temos cavalos... mas sem sinalização... qualquer dia publico a foto, do meu mais recente vizinho das traseiras...
    Um grande abraço!
    Ana

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