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Sign Language: Funny displays from the road


James Reinig spotted this sign at Fort Huachuca, Ariz. (James Reinig)

James Reinig of Annapolis, the latest winner of our funny sign contest, spotted this warning in Fort Huachuca, Ariz., in March. “The fort allows civilian access to watch birds,” he writes. “I guess the sign warns of the obvious but seldom explicitly stated.” Seen an amusing sign in your travels? Read on.

Write your name, contact information and caption on the back of your photo. Photos may be color or black-and-white and should be no more than a year old. Send prints or photo-quality printouts to Travel Section Sign Contest, 1150 15th St. NW, Washington, D.C. 20071. You can also send high-resolution JPEG or TIFF images to travel@washpost.com with “Sign Language” in the subject line. Winners receive a Travel tote bag. Photos become property of The Washington Post, which may edit, publish, distribute or republish them in any form. No purchase necessary.

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