for One Word Sunday: count

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  1. Debbie Smyth says:

    Intriguing. I’m thinking you e whisked me off to Hamelin, counting the followers of the pied piper.
    And I love the way the cat is showing its independence.

    • That’s what cats do, isn’t it? This was a crossing sign on a small back road in France that passed right through a property filled with livestock of all sorts (including those on the sign) and where there were children. I’ve always wondered whether the sign was made specifically for them.

  2. Tom says:

    I can’t work out what this sign is a warning for, unless it’s literally just chickens, dogs, goats, children and cats ahead. Which in itself is fair enough, but the chicken and the goat perplex me. Count on me to overanalyse things… πŸ€”

    • I’ve never seen a sign like it before or since. But there really were all of what’s on the sign on that small French farm which the also small road seemed to bisect.

  3. Dan Antion says:

    I love that sign. Of course the cat is off on his/her own.

  4. JT Twissel says:

    I would love that sign! Such a reminder to share the road!

  5. And now the tune, ‘Old McDonald’ is going through my head! πŸ™‚

  6. Marie says:

    I love this – never seen anything like it!

  7. Amy says:

    How cute! Love it. πŸ’–

  8. Tina Schell says:

    I saw a similar sign on a back country road (see what I did there?!) but didn’t include it this week. Glad you did, I loved it!

  9. de Wets Wild says:

    A sign warning of the dangers of children being attached by farm animals and outflanked by cats!

  10. solaner says:

    πŸ‘ kind of hunter of hamlin 😊

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