Funky Signs: Duck Crossing, Newcastle, Pennsylvania

FUNKY SIGNS — July 11, 2014 at 15:56
Photo Copyright © Milli Thornton WE ATTENDED a weekend auto show in a local park in Newcastle, Pennsylvania. It was a very hot day and any sign of water relief—such as the fountain in the nearby duck pond—promised some relief. As we drove into the park, we spotted this sign indicating a duck crossing. Motorists are required to stop and let duck pedestrians cross safely. At the speed of WADDLE, these are...

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