As you may have guessed if you’ve perused images in my Flickr stream or visited our family learning blog, I love signs. Driving from Manchester, New Hampshire today to Augusta, Maine, for the ACTEM 2009 Conference, I found the following two signs at the Maine visitor’s center just across the border. I’m glad to know the Maine Department of Tourism is taking care of travelers with these healthful signs. 🙂
Based on this advice, I am definitely going to avoid selecting choice pieces of rubbish from the local trash bins here, and snack VERY wisely on only rare occasions. 🙂
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