Sunday signage

This sign (and the shire, presumably) were located next to the Ha Ha Cemetery.

The Shire?

We didn’t avail ourselves of the free camping, but did admire the set-up.  Given who the neighbors are, I imagine it’s pretty quiet in the Shire.

The Neighbors


19 Comments on “Sunday signage”

  1. Sallyann says:

    I wonder if they have hobbits to stay ?

  2. Bo Mackison says:

    Wow, what a hoot of a campsite… LOL!

  3. mobius faith says:

    That’s pretty funny. More great finds.

  4. Hahahaha, I think I want to be buried in Ha Ha Cemetary.. not that I need to decide that for a number of years, lol! xoxo Smidge

    • Robin says:

      If I were to be buried, the Ha Ha Cemetery would be the place for me too, Smidge. I’m thinking a Viking funeral might be good. Put me on a float, set it on fire, and push it out to the middle of the pond. 🙂

  5. Kathy says:

    Camping by the cemetery! Now that’s an interesting overnight experience. Funny, the historical book I was just reading mentioned “Ha ha” but I didn’t have time to research the meaning. Just thought it was rather synchronistic.

    • Robin says:

      Sometimes I think everything is synchronistic, Kathy. It’s just that we don’t always notice it. 🙂

      I could camp by a cemetery. I think it would be very peaceful. Maybe… 😉

  6. aFrankAngle says:

    The party spot!

  7. Pat Bean says:

    I love your sense of humor … and the free camping sign. Great eye.

  8. Dana says:

    I’m all for free campsites, but I don’t think I’d take advantage of this particular one. Easily spooked!

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