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Saturday, November 15, 2008

November Quiz

It is time for another quiz.

This month I don't want you to tell me where this is.

Do you see the tree on the right-hand side by the fence?

There is a warning notice in the tree (I've cropped the picture so it is out of view).

The question is - what is on the warning notice up the tree?

As usual, prizes at my discretion for correct or witty answers, and the solution will be revealed next week.


marley said...

Troll living under bridge!

Ashtonian said...

Beware of muggers!

Fantastic fence and shadow. oe of your best.


"please dont strip the bark off this tree - it feels the cold"

Hilda said...

Hahaha! I was going to say "Troll Bridge Ahead" but I see that Marley thought of that too! ;D

downsie21 said...

if you can read this you shouldn't be climbing trees at your age!

Anonymous said...

Do not throw stones at this notice.
Its a blind guess based on that I saw such a notice on another tree somewhere else.
from Sally Evans

Cezar and Léia said...

Be welcome! For sale here - "Freshly captured Leprechauns"!


Naturegirl said...

Warning dead end..
A lovely image of a covered bridge..
or perhaps it says Covered bridge ahead!

Gail's Man said...

I'm sure it says something like "Please don't point your camera at this field, it's shy"

Outhouse Capital of Canada said...

It must be a government sign that says.... No Trespassing

Mandy said...

Is it something like "Please take your litter home"?

julia said...

Max headroom - a term once used in an alternative show with realism plus. So, roughly: "low access, high vehicles must take alternative route"

imac said...

Hi Gerald, the sign says = 20-twenty

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