Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Mo' crazy signs round these parts

In Northeast D.C. near the Franciscan Monastery and an entrace to Rock Creek Park.  Given the "Sundays and holidays" restriction, I'm guessing it's more for the monastery and less for the park.  Although "going to church" is hopefully a little more involved than just "sightseeing"...

Forgive the angle which gives it to us backwards, but it was the only responsible way to snap the shot at Brookland Metro since I was in my car.  What exactly does "kiss & ride" mean?? 

My own parking garage.  Why the 1/2, seriously?

Nature is not an ash tray, ESPECIALLY at BOTNSOTIC where they specifically tell you so.

Well, you're not going to get those directions to the restrooms very often.  One place where you will is Arlington House at Arlington National Cemetery.

I'm guessing the Mexican restaurant next to Ray's Hell Burger gets a lot of people looking for the burgers.  The really tasty burgers.

You know, because you send them plummeting to their death on the concrete floor about thirty feet below.  Courtesy of the Udvar-Hazy Center, giving you some basic parenting tips.

On a massive jet engine, I'm hoping it would be somewhat obvious where at least one source of danger lies.  Arrows aren't really necessary.  Air and Space Museum.


Stephanie said...

Proof that your a of no public transportation. A kiss and ride is a place you can get dropped off at, get a kiss, and then ride on public transport!

Addy's Daddy said...

5.5 mph.... you better watch out driving 6!

Erin said...

I'm glad you don't have to kiss someone to get a ride...that could be awkward.

Sometimes I've even gone 10 in my garage...danger!