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Significant Signs By Heather, Custom Sign Giveaway! 10/3 | Tunica Mama

Along with many blogs that have dedicated the time to help promote this prize to you, our very special readers. Welcome to the Significant Signs by Heather, Custom Sign Giveaway! What is your passion? Have you taken steps to turning that into something you could do? Heather of Significant Signs by Heather has done just that! Her love of painting beautiful signs has morphed, in just two years, from a military sign hobby to a custom, hand painted signs for all occasions business. While Heathers passion remains with making beautiful, memory making signs for our soldiers and their families, she has decided to broaden her base and share her amazing skill through art. From wedding gifts to baby showers, custom signs living room decor to fun laundry room warnings, Heather brings it all to the table. Her signs are beautifully painted, custom to order and can be shipped anywhere in the US! Heather has graciously offered to give one Savory Savings reader a custom sign in this great giveaway! The sign is a $45 value and has a maximum size of 8×10. Be sure to check out all the photos on Heathers Facebook page you will be amazed at her attention to detail, precise painting and eye for art. These custom signs are simply beautiful and make amazing gifts! In fact, I just ordered a wedding gift for my sister from Heather. I lovethat I will be able to give my sister a gift that commemorates her special click here day that will be one-of-a-kind and know that no one else will be giving her that! As it turns out, Heather is not the only talented one in her family, if you dig through her albums, you will find one titled Dens Corner where you can see the amazing woodworking skills of her husband showcased! So enter now as you will not regret it it just make take you some time to narrow down to just which sign you want! This giveaway is open to US residents only, ages 18 and older. The giveaway will run from September 19, 2013 through October 3, 2013 at 11 PM CST. Good luck!

So enter now as you will not regret it it just might take you some time to narrow down to just which sign you want! This giveaway is open to US residents only, ages 18 and older. The giveaway will run from September 19, 2013 through October 3, 2013 at 11 PM CST. Good luck!

California Bicycle Coalition » Bike Delaware calls for an end to ‘share the road’ signs

Im reading Daniel Simons and Christopher Chabris book Invisible Gorilla. Youve probably seen their video as it is one of the best-known modern experiments… DelDOT Secretary Shailen Bhatt and DNREC Secretary Collin OMara preparing to announce Delawares new Bicycle Friendly State ranking. Dover… by Melissa Nann Burke The News Journal February 15, 2013 Relatively few Delaware workers commute by bike, but they might reconsider when cyclists are whizzing… Heres why. After a week, Bike Delaware will collect any and all comments and forward them to DelDOT. As a traffic control device, motorists and cyclists interpret W16-1P in different, and sometimes diametrically opposed, ways.

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An astonishing 93 per cent failed to recognise the sign for “no vehicles except bikes being pushed”. Meanwhile 83 per cent were unclear on the meaning of the common “Urban Clearway” sign, and 67 per cent were bamboozled by the “no waiting” sign. Top five confusing road signs Confused.com polled 2,000 people on which road signs they found the most confusing and the following five were voted the most perplexing. Road signs ‘distracting’ Almost half of the 2,000 Brits polled 46 per cent say they have been distracted by road signs while driving. mlsp mastery And a lack of understanding when it comes to road signs has resulted in nearly 30 per cent having had a crash, bump or near miss. Of these, 81 per cent have had to spend up to 600 on car repairs as a result of accidents caused by confusing road signs.

Good idea, I say! The signs are ambiguous. Ive actually been yelled at by a driver once who told me, youre supposed to share the road, so move over! Wilson recommends use of the more direct Bikes May Use Full Lane sign or the simple bicycle on a yellow diamondcaution sign telling drivers to watch out for bikes. Should we change the state rules click here to make that standard practice in California, as Wilson is recommending for Delaware? What do you think?