Signs at the entrances to a few Ontario Farms
East Gwillimbury, although less than an hour from Toronto (North America's fourth largest city) is still rural with many farms in the outlying areas and in the towns to the east, north and west and some even to the south. Here are five of the many, many signs seen as you drive down just about any country road. Four of these are for dairy farms and there's one each for a beef and a horse farm. As you can see, they are all different.
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What a beautiful signs! They could have a competition which one is the prettiest!
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Hey that is neat. what a good idea. Clever of you.
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This is a great collage of signs! I love them all.
I love your collage of signs!! How neat and you could indeed have a competition!! What a fun look at your world! Have a wonderful week!
«Louis» should come visit his cousins at a couple of those farms...
Windy Brae--oh, I love the sounds of that one...strange how we can fall in love with just a name. I am always hearing phrases and thinking that they would make a good name for something.
What a neat idea for showing us your world. The signs are all great and it gives a great view of your world.
And three of them seem to have the same cow as the model!
Farm signages! each has its own charm.
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What great captures.
I'm hoping the cow has a great agent and is is raking in tons of royalties. :)
I sure do like Sunnyside! These are great.
EG: So very nicely captured from your farm country.
I wonder if these farms offer a guided tour to their dairy factory (?).
Love the signs.
This is a very interesting info. Although I live in the city, I like the outskirts.
We have to travel quite a ways to visit farms. Very interesting signs.
Those are wonderful signs.
Also, learned something new. I didn't know Toronto was North America's 4th largest city.
what super signs! makes a great collage!
...and what a great collage they make!
what a beautiful area, i love signs
thanks for showing us your world today
Fascinating, a wonderful collage. We have a lot of rural areas where I live too, but I've never seen anything like those signs.
These signs make for a terrific Mosaic! It has been many years that we have had a dairy farm near us. I remember going on a school field trip with my girls when they were in their early grades to a dairy farm and it closed soon after.
We get most of our dairy products from Pennsylvania.
The signage are so lovely,something I've never seen before.
This is a wonderful collection. Great post,
They are beautiful.
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Really cool EG. I like what you have done with them.
I really like these farm signs. They show such pride in the farming achievements of the family. Farming is so important... if it were not for farmers, what would we have to eat. As the saying goes.... "If you ate today, thank a farmer".
What cheerful signs! Lovely!
What a wonderful collage of signs.
What a great collage!
are those dairy farms? The ones in New Zealand do not usually have sign boards.
Very nice mosaic! Love the signs.
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Those are really neat! I'm wondering if this is the one you said I could have?
Love it! It must be great living in a farm. Fantastic signs.
This is the perfect My World post!! Love the content, and the pictures are superb! I'd love to visit your area some day. ~karen
These are charming! It would be lovely if our farms could signpost themselves like this. :)
Nice to have a bright colourful sign at your gate.
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