Wednesday, February 8, 2012
Sign, Sign, Everywhere A Sign. Spotsylvania Park Border Signs. A Photo Essay.
Confederate trench, running directly along a southern boundary, below Landrum Ridge.
Notice: Neighboring property is heavily posted at right.
A type of sign-eating tree.
An old, metal boundary marker on a now dead tree.
The neighbors are serious. Read the hand written notation.
Another border marker on a soon to collapse, dead tree.
Yet another sign-eating tree.
They start young back in these woods.
Your blog host, standing on a southeast boundary corner.
An interesting pile in front of the tree at right distance...
Discarded or abused?
A sign once hung here.
Boundary and detailed notice signs share a tree along an eastern border.
Heed the warning! You will be prosecuted.
IT IS UNLAWFUL TO - injure, excavate, or appropriate any historic or prehistoric ruin, monument, object of antiquity or of scientific interest without specific authority by the Secretary of the Interior.