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Critter signs along the way

| Updated Feb 3, 2017

Over the last week, I've been organizing the thousands of photos I've taken over the past few years and noticed that I have a pretty good collection of animal crossing signs.

Like a lot of people, I love seeing wildlife while roadtreking. Somehow, I started taking photos of them as we traveled.

From there, well, it sort of evolved into all sorts of signs about critters… of all sorts.

hogs-crossing1Since I had them all organized, I thought I'd put them together in this little slideshow.

I know. Taking photos of critter crossing signs is a weird hobby.

Do you do anything like that? Collect photos of certain things or themes?



Mike Wendland

Published on 2017-02-03

Mike Wendland is a multiple Emmy-award-winning Journalist, Podcaster, YouTuber, and Blogger, who has traveled with his wife, Jennifer, all over North America in an RV, sharing adventures and reviewing RV, Camping, Outdoor, Travel and Tech Gear for the past 12 years. They are leading industry experts in RV living and have written 18 travel books.

5 Responses to “Critter signs along the way”

March 31, 2014at1:28 pm, Jim Diepenbruck said:

Yes. We always try to get a shot of welcome signs when crossing into new states and also take a “family portrait” of Carolyn, me and the RT beside NP entrance signs.

March 31, 2014at1:11 pm, Rosemary in PA said:

I collect picture of weather vanes. The ones along the shore are particularly fun. The ones in the Lancaster, PA, countryside are also usually lovely.

March 31, 2014at12:09 pm, Sandra said:

Thank you Mike. That was fun to see.

March 31, 2014at10:55 am, Maureen said:

Love all your signs….Bigfoot….really!

March 31, 2014at10:51 am, Maureen said:

Mike, I am not sure I should admit it but on my first trip to Europe I was so amazed at all the different lavatory styles I took pictures everywhere I went. Of course, there was nobody using the facilities at the time! I think I’ll find something much more interesting when I get on the road, like the goats grazing on the roof of the general store at Coombs, BC weird and wonderful things would be ideal.

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