Photos - Surprises - Signs (continued)
It's multiple choice in Jeff Street, Kirribilli. (Also see next two photos)
It's multiple choice in Jeff Street, Kirribilli. (Also see previous and next photos)
It's multiple choice in Jeff Street, Kirribilli. (Also see previous two photos)
For the benefit of the slow learners, I advise that this
is the Sydney Private Tennis Academy. It is on the Princes
Highway at Kogarah Bay.
The Department of the Interior used to care for inland Australia.
Now the clever name shows that it cares for car interiors.
You can't miss the sign next door either, can you?
However, Council has every intention of
improving its grammar. The notorious land is Mutch Avenue
Reserve, which you have worked out, all by yourself,
is in Mutch Avenue, Kyeemagh.
Why would the Department of Main Roads prohibit
anyone from walking on this vacant, unfenced block at the
corner of two minor Kyeemagh roads, Tancred and Jacobson Avenues?
Would they arrest this 90-year-old inadvertent trespasser?
Lane Cove Council manager: 'Make the sign in the parking area behind Coles more accurate.'
Lane Cove Council signwriter: 'Yes, sir.'
Multiple choice question:
What do geotechnicians do? (a) Study geophonic origins and corresponding avunculars
(b) Provide operational support for actuarial compressors
(c) Invent vision and mission statements for impignorate-oriented companies and societies (d) Plan well ahead
You want a clue? This photo was taken in September in Little Lane, Lane Cove.
20 and 10 simultaneously?
Oh, of course: 20 for motorists and 10 for the very athletic pedestrians of Best Street, Lane Cove.