Creeslough, co. Donegal
Un lugar de lo más interesante... <3 Pena que yo esté en España. Abrazos,Noa
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It does give a clear indication of what you can find inside.
Jim and Joe are good advertisers.
Great signs. At first glance I thought the first sign was for all day ice cream.Take care, enjoy your day!
The misplaced apostrophe in he first sign would make me walk right on by.
Mrs Doyle would agree with you, David, "Bad bad apostrophe. Very bad apostrophe, if you know what I mean."
I need some ice cream!
I would love a cone of ice cream right now! The signs you put forward are interesting
Ice cream, please!
Who can pass on a milkshake?
Gosh, I was hoping that was all day ice cream ❤️
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I especially love the ice cream cone! Keep cool if you can!
Milkshake AND ice cream surely.God bless.
That ice cream cone sign would grab my attention.
That Co-op can sell you about anything! Let's see if they'll baby-sit the kids!
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I haven't had a milkshake in years and years. That last place has everything.
A fun collections of signs. Those large ice cream cones always attract me for some reason. And, I wish Joe were around here to help.
I sure do like that big ice cream cone!!
A mí me hubiera apetecido más bien un helado.
first sign is interesting
..Jim Cafe looks like my kind of place. Thanks Bill.
Thanks for sharing these signs.A milkshake sounds good :)All the best Jan
Good signs. :-D
Your milk shake was a good choice.
Me gusto la primera foto. Te mando un beso.
It´s the weather for ice-cream! (Yet I had self made Pizza).
Love the ice cream cone!
Can recall seeing icecream cones like that one years ago but not today...nice signs.
My ideal refresher in summer is milkshake :)
Mister jim is using a part of sidewalk
Without an icecream my day is not complete in the summer....
Mais uma excelente série sobre o tema!Um grande abraço!Ana