I had to make a run downtown yesterday, and as I was driving down the main street, I was struck by the number of sidewalk “sandwich board” signs there were. It also hit me that some them would make a pretty good post. So here is a sample of the signs that one can see in Port Aransas.
The first is for a restaurant. I have never eaten there, but the sign looks pretty inviting. It almost leads you to believe it is a free kitchen. (it’s not)
Then again maybe food is secondary.
This next one is curious
Glad it is not Henna by a monkey. Also, notice the left leg of the sign. Clearly, the artist is not a carpenter.
Is Tropical Ice Cream different from let’s say Antarctic Ice Cream? Maybe not as hard.
Now for the sin factor
You can get it all here. (The lung doctor is up the street )
The next sign is a place where you can do pottery
I guess that is one way to sell the idea of working with a 1000 degree kiln
In Texas, we have a “Tax-Free” weekend where certain school supplies and clothes are state tax-free. The idea is to give parents a break on back to school items.
Unfortunately or fortunately silver jewelry is not on the list. (Nice try there retailer)
I like this one.
Has Eurythmics written all over it.
So that you don’t think all the signs are relatively culture-free here is one for our community theater.
The final sign is in the “if you can’t beat them join them,” category.
I hope you liked the sign tour.