Reggie Girl and I thought we would post ten photos of random signs from around our town. Here are mine. Let's see what Newnan has to offer.
Next week, we will be doing churches. If anyone wants to join us, get out your camera!
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Crisfield is famous for seafood, boat building, and boat repairs. This is a sign in front of Evans Boat Repair.
People get up early around these parts!
This is a sign on our city dock. FedEx leaves packages for the mail boats. People are trusting around here but don't get any ideas; the police are on the ball!
This storage shed used to belong to a now vacated store. I removed the color, and added some.
No 'splaining necessary.
We have a lot of wind around here, and it will take your door off. Businesses sometimes tape little reminders on their doors in order to keep them form ending up on the other side of the bay.
This sign is just a little outside Crisfield, but I liked it.
If you still have one of those signs in your town, snap a photo before the history of the grand old store is gone.
The first McCrory store opened in 1882 in Scottdale, Pa. The last store closed in 2001. I am not sure when the Crisfield store closed.
Other names associated with McCrory's are Lerner Shops and Kresge. Ah, the good old days. My grandmother loved McCrory's.
Get your live crabs at Southern Connection, or down the road at Linton's.
I have only lived in Crisfield for three years, so I don't know much about this now-defunct pharmacy. Old stores fascinate me.
This quaint sign welcomes visitors to the city dock.