Monday, October 13, 2008

ODD SHOTS MONDAY

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There isn't much odd about a barn BUT this one on 78th in Vancovuer collects signs. . . In fact, there are a couple of ad memorabilia that aren't signs -- they stand beside the barn! CLICK to see the signs on barn. I think it is very odd to cover your barn with advertisement signs.

15 comments:

Katney said...

I'm glad my collections fit on a shelf.

Malyss said...

Beers ans other drinks, food, cars..One thing is sure, the barn belongs to a man!!
Maybe he gets paid everytime he puts a sign!!...

babooshka said...

What a Interesting odd barn shot.

SandyCarlson said...

There are scrapbook pages, and then there are sides of barns. I like this!

Aileni said...

The barn has an excellent oof - perhaps he just wanted to cover the gaps. Put a life-long hobby to use.

JC said...

Depends on what they're paying! At least it's not their house, lol...

becky voyles said...

I think it is kinda neat. It reminds me of patchwork except for the KFC oddity! LOL Check out mine.

Paz said...

Very interesting shot!

Paz

John said...

Nice odd shot! Lol

Lily Hydrangea said...

that KFC cup is especially odd!

diane cook said...

We are all collectors of one thing or another. Before long, you probably will only see signs, and no beautiful barn!

Hilda said...

Odd alright, but also very interesting! It would be entertaining to look at all those old signs, I think. The KFC bucket is a hoot!

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Love Bears All Things said...

Those old signs are worth quite a lot, too.
Mama Bear

dot said...

I think the barn is really neat. Rock City used barns for advertising for years.

diXymiss said...

Well, it certainly makes for a great landmark ~ or conversation starter! I like the vintage Dads Rootbeer sign. Takes me back...

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