Wednesday, October 3, 2012


On one side of the house.....

then on the other.
Made me smile and I can't say I blame them with the thousand people who were parking their car in the fields that day at Cox Farms.


Today I am connecting to Wordless Wednesday.  You can find other entries here.


Cathy said...

Hello Denise
Does make you wonder how careful some people are when parking and whether they had some near misses in the past - are there bylaws about permanant fencing which means they have to use the orange guard roll?
Had a quick look at your new blogroll page - seems there is a muddle with the link to my old blog , it leads to Cathy @ Home (the Cathy who lives in Israel)
If possible could you correct it by deleting my name (old blog) and inserting hers - then she will get her share of visitors.
Take care

Ranita Sinha said...

Know the plight of finding other people's cars and bikes parked in front of one's garage and it is hell when you do not know who the owner of the vehicle is when you are in a hurry..once my daughter wrote NO PARKING in front of the garage and the next day morning we found the 'NO' missing..:)and it read 'PARKING'..:D

eileeninmd said...

I can imagine parking on someone's lawn! But, then I have seen people making money by letting people park on their lawns. Love the signs, there cute. Have a great day, Denise!

The Elephant's Child said...

Smiling here at this post. I really, really don't like it when people park on our lawn.

TexWisGirl said...

i like that sign. :)

Marie said...


Gill - That British Woman said...

bit strange but make me smile.


Cloudia said...

LOL! Don't be a piggy

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Janie said...

I love the Thou Shalt Not Park sign. Shows they have a sense of humor, as well as serious rules.

Beth Edwards said...

cute. ha. ha!! (: