Quite literally, these are signs that indicate you don't live in the city anymore.
|In Seattle you just see signs saying you |
can't bring your dog, cat, or potbellied pig
onto the playground.
|If you miss the bears, don't worry; |
there may be a cougar around the corner.
|You may not be able to fool a bear or a cougar, |
but apparently beavers can be duped.
Which makes me wonder: Are gulls gullible?
|Why in heck fire doesn't the city of Seattle |
have signs like this? Golly, there'd be no crime at all.
|No. Really. There IS water over the roadway. Happens every time |
there's a heavy rain. We have to detour a whole 3 minutes out of our
way to get to the grocery store when it happens. Life's rugged here.
|I'm not a horsewoman, yet even I know |
it would be foolish to ride your horse
on this rickety little bridge in the woods.
Apparently some riders did not.
|Oh, and don't bring your horses here, either.|
|And as for the main street in downtown Woodinville, that's out, too.|
|If your horse can't read, perhaps Fido can.|