You will probably have to open this one & enlarge it to see the sign content….
Glad to have the warning on the grave digging. I was planning to try that on the weekend but now I think maybe I will go hiking instead. ( killing myself laughing…pun intended)
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Isn’t that a wonderful sign Sue. It was actually on a grave yard wall so I can only assume that there really had been some DIY grave digging!
Wowza! That’s a whole new level of creative budgeting.
Always a source of innocent merriment.
… and the Irish do this thing so well!
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The grave digging sign is something else! As you say, the Irish do innocent merriment well
The grave digging sign is definitely my favourite!
I love the photos with the wonderful unintentional humour. You didnt include the sign we saw on Cobh Station platform saying ‘Exhibition Behind You’ -perhaps you were standing behind me!
I saw the sign but neglected to take the picture. Also ‘Beware Fast Trains Approaching’ just 20 metres before the buffers!
Irish wit… 😉
I couldn’t resist going on the Cork County site and looking up grave diggers, Andrew. There is a detailed three page application want-to-be grave diggers have to fill out. Among the things I notes were that you were not to work “lone,” which I understood. Ghosts can be scary. Also you needed “ear defenders” and appropriate “immunizations.” I think the ear defenders should be big burly guys. –Curt
I love all the stuff on the site about H&S. DIY grave diggers need to take note!
I grew up next to an old graveyard, Andrew. Old graves never bothered me as a kid, at least during the day. I gave wide berth to fresh graves, however. 🙂 –Curt
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