Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Signs, Signs - Multitasking

Andy | Wednesday, September 11, 2013 | Best Blogger Tips

This barn is on the side of a well travelled road. There's no missing the signs when you pass by.
I'm linking to Lesley's Signs, Signs.

19 comments:

  1. whoops, you probably know this but the image isn't showing up, Andy?

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  2. My computer issues continue, I can't see the photo today, argh. But I was intrigued by the multi-tasking idea, great idea of course but hard to achieve in reality!

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  3. I can see the image loud and clear - just like the signs! Glad to see a farmer making a little money on the side during these hard economic times....on the other hand, I had to see a barn like that covered up in signs!

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  4. They have really taken advantage of their visibility.

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  5. I bet the barn owner is making a ton of money!

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  6. it's great how you are in ReMax Country...until you go around the corner and head into a new Century!

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  7. That's one way to earn a little money. It makes for an interesting shot!

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  8. I can't blame the owner, but I think I would prefer to see it without all the advertisement.

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  9. Plenty big signs there! I wonder if they help the barn weather the elements.

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  10. VioletSky, I hadn't noticed that at first, but it makes me wonder about the two agencies. I wonder if they ever see the other real estate sign. Well, I hope the farmer is making some money from this.

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  11. Hey, you gotta eat. If this helps the farmer, bless him.

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  12. Beautiful old barn! It would get my attention even without the signs.

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  13. a great way to make a little extra income!

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  14. The signs pay the farmer something and also help protect the barn. The rather odd name is "Lost Amigos Cabins." Wonder if this is where you find lost friends, or loose friends? Great photo no matter what the signs advertise.

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  15. Great capture, and a way to make money for the farmer without lifting a finger (or a plow).

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  16. Sadly, you can't escape the advertising anywhere...

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