This sign sets along a creek in Stevens Point, Wisconsin.
Hmmm, cool.... but gators in WI? Imported there maybe.... :)
the ones in Wisconsin are on a diet. snicker.
Seems like they are everywhere. Happy WW! :)
Great find! I've never heard of gators there, but who knows!
Hmmm... you just never know! Probably got there through somebody's toilet :-)
I'm guessing it's a "No Trespassing" sign in disguise. I think that might work in Wisconsin!
I'm with Louise....it would be a great deterrent for trespassing :)
I am thinking they must mean don't feed GAS to the this kind of gator. Maybe? ;0)http://www.nrmotors.ca/johndeere/images/gator_hpx_large.jpg
LOL - that would be something! But it would be way to cold for them.Here's a distribution chart...http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/cnhc/cst_amis_dh_map.htmCheers, Klaus
I see a lot of those signs around here but I wouldn't have thought you'd see them up there. We have to be careful when we're out geocaching with our dog - gators like small dogs LOL
Gators can't live up there in all that cold you guys have!Course, I'm sure you would take interesting pictures if they did!
Maybe they mean the things you wear when you go skiing. Although there was a baby aligator living in the WI River one summer.
Great find, Lisa! I especially like the random capitalization mixed with small caps :-)
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I'll be on the look out, next time I visit.
Of course there are Gators in Wisconsin. They come from the University of Flordia to eat BADGERS !
I have never seen a Gator before. But maybe they didnt have a small T?? hehe GaTor. Thats the first thing that caught my eye in that picture.
Well...let me tell ya a little story. My great-grandma, rest her soul, lived in Wisconsin. She came down here once to vist my grandmother and left with a special souvenier - a baby gator. Back in the day, they were commonly sold as pets to the tourists. The last anyone can remember of her gator, it grew larger (they tend to do that) and she was keeping it in her bath tub. What happened next, nobody knows. SO...yeah, there can be gaotrs in Wisconsin and they most likely are transplanted Floridians!
Hmm, interesting! No, I have never heard of one here! Way too cold!
I should HOPE not ;--)Hugs and blessings,