SIGNS, SIGNS, EVERYWHERE THERE’S SIGNS…

Today’s walk got me thinking about the old “Five Man Electric Band” song “Signs, Signs, Everywhere There’s Signs” from 1970. I noticed that the signs around Coupeville and Ebey Prairie are a little different than you might see in other towns. So I took pictures of a bunch of them for you to enjoy. Not great photography just an interesting subject, enjoy.

First, Welcome to Coupeville.

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I start at the corner of Terry, Ebey and Terry, I hope that’s not confusing if you are looking for someone on Terry Road.

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Out on the Ebey Prairie there were several unique signs.

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And this political sign. I’m not promoting this individual but what I found interesting was that an “Engle” was running for office. William Engle first set foot on Ebey Prairie in 1852, 161 years later a direct descendant is still here.

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On the way back to Coupeville I saw this warning. If there is a tsunami follow this route along the water, huh?

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On the trail from Coupeville Town Park I saw this warning. This trail is along a high bluff and use to be a road but worries about the bank sloughing off forced them to turn it into a trail.

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Out on the Wharf I saw these warnings for boaters who visit our wee little town.

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By some stairs that go down to the beach I noticed this sign.

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And as a last gasp of Halloween I offer this:

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RIP and have a great weekend! 

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