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Can You Spot the Sign?

Stored under Garage Sale Signs on November 12, 2005 at 9:12 PM

As a kid, I used to love the Where's Waldo books. They were a bit of a challenge but not too tough that he was impossible to find. When it comes to garage sales, no one said that hard to find was the way to go. I recently took a short trip up north and did my fair share of hunting in the morning. I snapped a picture of what I found after turning down one of the roads. Can you spot the garage sale sign? Let me give you a hint, its not the yellow sign.

Let me emphasize that this is not the type of sign that will attract customers. This sign was so short that I nearly ran it over without even noticing it. I had not see one person follow that sign and I can fully understand why. I can only hope that the person next time follows some of the suggested tips from this site.


I'm really enjoying your site and your latest posts on signs has reminded me of something in regards to garage sale signs that really bother me. Folks that live on busy street corners always wind up with loads of garbagey garage sale signs. These signs, generally, are posted on the homeowner's property without their permission. Could you address this problem in a future article?

Written by jayne d'Arcy on Nov 14, 2005 05:24 PM

I can certainly look into making a post on the topic of placing signs on other peoples property. Off the top of my head, I cannot recall a time where I have seen a sign placed on someone else's property. What I find funny is when people place their garage sale sign in place of another persons. Apparently its not possible to place a sign next to another.

Written by Kevin on Nov 14, 2005 05:46 PM

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