Wednesday, January 13, 2016

#12 ~ No Working during Drinking Hours

Strength is the ability of break a chocolate bar into four pieces with your bare hands - and then eat just one of those pieces.
~Judith Viorst

Today I went to visit a friend of mine, and on the way home decided to treat Buddy to some
BBQ for his lunch from Ted’s in Buena Vista. There they make their BBQ with tomatoes and not vinegar. I got him his beloved cold slaw and me some potato salad, and then some non-hot such thing. While waiting, I saw this sign so had to run out in 18 degree temps to get my iPhone. I thought it was too funky to pass up. I also liked the idea that "Only the Finest" are served at the bar.  I wonder how Ted defines “finest."

Please check out Lesley’s Signs2 to see more interesting signs for this week.


  1. Love the fun in that first sign. That is creative and clever. And the finest sign opens a world of imagination.

  2. OK only the finest beverages or only the finest customers?

  3. LOL. I have seen something similar in one of the resort towns of Mexico.


  4. My thoughts were does he mean serving the finest people, or does he mean they serve only the finest beer...

    its been a long evening. Can we say rip-it, rip-it, rip-it???

  5. I agree with the first one - drinks and food should be savoured. As for the second, I'm with Tom on that question.

  6. No beer before four o clock and them the clock that shows everytime 4 o clock is a running gack in germany. Kein Bier vor Vier!
    Herzlich Pippa

  7. I love the 1st sign! The 2nd sign keeps our mind busy. Ha ha!

  8. Hi Genie
    I eat and drink as far as a connoisseur, also with a lot of hot sauce;-)

  9. huh, i was thinking only the finest customers but now tom has me wondering haha

  10. Great signs, both of them.
    I love the quote, too!

  11. I had to laugh when I saw your sign. When I was working in the city, my Boss hung one up in his office one morning to see if anyone would notice. WE DID. ha,ha

  12. You put a smile on my face. Thank you.