February 02, 2008

Bizarre Cattle Crossing

Name on an overpass bridge
along an interstate highway in Oklahoma...
Actually it was "Bazaar Cattle Crossing"...
Not that THAT sign makes any more sense.
Currently
on the way
to Santa Fe.
M

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Actually, this is on the Kansas Turnpike, several miles south of Emporia and just north of a service area. There's an "exit" at the bridge labelled "Cattle Pens". The Bazaar reference is to a nearby town.

M said...

Well I guess it COULD have been Kansas...
How Bizarre!
We did go through Kansas - I should know 'cause I drove the whole way: Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico - yep could have been - I didn't discuss it with my co-pilot until maybe mid-Oklahoma...yeah, I bet you are right!
Although this was a stenciled "sign" (street name, county road number, etc.) on the underside of an overpass - not an actual interstate sign along the road - I do remember that much...
M

Anonymous said...

There are both; a green sign that reads "Cattle Pens" and a painted "Bazaar Cattle Crossing" on the underside of the bridge.

http://www.panoramio.com/photo/10230655