Friday, August 28, 2015

GREAT ENTRANCE SIGN

We LOVE this sign...


We want something exactly like this at the entrance to the property.  We thought it would be neat to have it on a split rail fence near the spot where the driveway begins going toward our house.

A great reminder when you pull in to leave all your troubles and worries behind.  Hmm, maybe a smart phone/tablet free zone sign too?  LOL!

It's been a crazy busy week, I will catch up on all your wonderful comments this weekend.  Hey, just remember...



12 comments:

anne marie in philly said...

RAMEN, bro! have a nice weekend on the farm!

donna baker said...

Stress enough to make me lose my mind right now. I look forward to chilling out; I'll even accept winter if I make it that far.

jaz@octoberfarm said...

haha...right now mine woud read: you are now entering a stressful zone!

Colleen said...

:} Great sign. Life Is Better On The Farm

Sign I happened to see on Pinterest quite sometime back . ' and on the eighth day God looked down on his planned paradise and said, " I need a Caretaker," so God made a Farmer.

We live on just 1 acre and our sign at the entrance of our driveway needs to be repainted which says; 'The Poor Man's Ponderosa'.
Have a wonderful and enjoyable weekend.

Texas Rose said...

I love that sign! Anything with "stress-free" looks good to me!
Having it on a split rail fence would be perfect for y'all's Farm.

Janie Junebug said...

I love the sign. I have a plaque at my front door that says CANES AMANDI SUNT and has paintings of four of my dogs, all of whom have gone to heaven.

Love,
Janie

1st Man said...

Ha, hope you had a nice weekend too!

1st Man said...

Hang in there!!! It will be here before we know it. Almost through August!!

1st Man said...

I know you are going through that with all the work you're having done. Hang in there too!!

1st Man said...

I love that! Thanks! We are all stewards of the land aren't we? Poor Man's Ponderosa, awesome!!!

1st Man said...

Working on something that might work for that, well, the planning of it, still too freakin' hot to do much outside, ha.

1st Man said...

Ah, that's very sweet. I love that. Big hugs to you!