Tuesday, March 11, 2008

California State Line


I am behind on my to do list this week. Well, to be truthful I am weeks behind.

So until I can get out and get some new photos, I will post some oldies (new to SusanvilleDailyPhoto).

This is a sign in Lassen County along the Nevada border. Its a very rural area road, its not even paved. Part of it is gravel, but the Nevada side is dirt. Its located behind the Herlong Army Base and Herlong Federal Prison.

10 comments:

Lynette said...

Whew--that sign's been through it, hasn't it?

Barbara said...

Interesting statement to folks entering our state...And last week I saw a license plate frame that said "West Sacramento Is Full-Go Home".

Ineke said...

Looks like some outlaws had their fun :)
Because weapon laws are soooo more strict here, you would never see something like that in Europe.

Jim said...

Wow, target practice or someone does not like California.

brian said...

WOW! this sign looks like a local target...

iBlowfish said...

Yeah, wow from me too!

Marcel said...

It takes a Real Man to shoot a sign.

As you can tell this kind of defacing of public property always makes me mad!

Nice photo though.

CrazyCow said...

Strange how you get these holey signs in the rural areas. :-) We have them in some areas as well. Obviously not enough to keep the locals busy in those parts.

Neva said...

I am with Jim....what is up with all the holes? wait...I forgot ...this is out west! lol

Jana said...

This sign is on a pretty desolate road. At this point on the California/Nevada border, the road is gravel and dirt. I got lost and that is how I found this area, lol. A No Man's Land for sure!