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Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Lock & Safe

I snapped it as we were driving.  It was as we drove north on Route 1 in Illinois...and going by the photo numbers, it was in Danville, Illinois.

Note...no excuses for not blogging.  The kids were here for a couple of nights and it is so hard sometimes to pick up and start again after they leave.  So I have a lot of catching up to do.

10 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

i guess if you were gonna cover over the windows, might as well use them for effective signage! :)

Carletta said...

Love the art deco style!

Mary said...

Interesting!

Judy said...

Very creative to put their name on the building like that. I hear ya on the blogging, when I sit down to relax for a bit, I think about blogging but I'm just too tired to.

Ginny said...

This is a very good picture for driving past!! Looks like maybe a security company.

Small City Scenes said...

It is very creative and I love the sign. Lock it up and you hope it will be safe. I know that's not what it means but I like my idea. LOL MB

Leave It To Davis said...

Oh, and I'm looking forward to seeing what you are making! A Christmas ornament, maybe?

Sandra said...

i agree that it is a great shot driving by.. i looked it up and it is locks, that is the brand name, they are locks that are bump free and hard to break into.. they sell them at Target and other stores.. i had to google to find out what it meant.

don said...

That was a lucky break to have four letter words to match the four windows.

Ellie said...

That's a cool picture for a drive by shot! Sometimes we don't need an excuse for not blogging. Hope you enjoyed the time with your children. :))

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