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Monday, November 03, 2008

Odd Shot Monday

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Our trip to the coast took us to this park which i thought the name was Odd but as we entered the park there was another sign i thought was Odd, and a bit scary, as i am guessing that children may also use this park, Sorry for more than one photo but just wanted you to see the setting. Be sure to Click on photos for better viewing.



11 comments:

Donna said...

Great shots sweetie...Jack Ripper???Hahaaa.....hughugs

PERBS said...

Maybe the trees are close to water and could topple over into it if climbed? How else could a tree be hazardous? Weirdly odd!

RuneE said...

The trees in the last pictures made me think of Tolkien's Ents, so maybe one of them was a ripper too?

(I have a sign too...)

Aileni said...

Does Mr. Ripper own the park, do you suppose. Very Odd.

diane cook said...

The signs inside were more weird than the name of the park! I say it could be a warning to dogs....don't get too close now! LOL....

becky voyles said...

I am sorry but I had to snort when I scrolled down and read the 1st sign. Sick sense of humor that I have. How can trees be hazardous? This is a great post. Mine is up now but beware...

Luke Wiley said...

weird signs!

dot said...

Those trees are creepy looking. I'd be afraid old Jack was hiding behind one. lol

AVCR8TEUR said...

That is a strange name for the park. I don't see anyone there. I feel bad for the gentleman with that name.

Gattina said...

Now that's an awful name, lol ! The one who put this sign probably didn't know that he was a serial killer !

Katney said...

Okay, if you read it carefully it does say that the trees are potentially hazardous. The grammar leaves much to be desired. Trees can be hazardous for a number of reasons--limbs that are ready to fall, disturbed root system. But I read the sign at first as two separate things. Leaving the potential hazardous behind as I read--park has trees--use at your own risk. So, are you supposed to use the trees at your own risk--or the park? LOL

As to Jack Ripper--looks like that is a popular sign for pranksters to purloin.