January 15, 2015

Signs and a Horse

signWhen I saw the sign for Naked Mountain Winery, I thought of you! That is, I thought I should share it for readers of this blog. And near the bottom it says Drink Naked! I'm sure they mean their wine, right?

Along that same road I saw a fine horse looking over a fence.



On the topic of horses, here's a horse-related sign: Horse Motel. This is near Strasburg, VA. Also in Strasburg, I saw a sticker that claims One can never have too many horses!

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17 comments:

  1. Certainly catches your attention :) love the pretty horse and enjoyed all your photos.

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  2. Cute signs and a pretty horse! I think I have tried Naked Wine. But, I had my clothes on.. Have a happy day!

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  3. Sounds like a good place to go bare hunting!

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  4. Naked Mountain sounds interesting.

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  5. Nice horse looking over the fence. And, as for drinking Naked ... maybe if you are alone. hehe

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  6. Cute signs! I don't think I've ever heard of a horse motel before. Pretty shot of the horse.

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  7. I never heard of a clothing optional mountain before, chilly in the winter! Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  8. Quite a name for a winery. The horse seems curious about you.

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  9. I have been there, several times. They used to have a wine I LOVED but it was only available seasonally, so it was hard to get it.

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  10. Drinking wine naked..mmm! Could be fun I guess :)

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  11. Their name must certainly attract attention!

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  12. Hum. Too cold for drinking naked right now. I know a couple of people who would agree with never too many horses.

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  13. Brilliant! If I had space I'd have to agree on the never too many horses point of view :)

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  14. These are all great. I love that "horse motel" sign!

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  15. Great signs. Didn't know horses needed motels.

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