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Signs: Dollar General

Dollar General,.
one of my favorite stores,
convenient and close.

Stark blissful, blue sky,
background for noise of the road.
Glad I'm not driving!  

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GB said…
Couldn't miss it anyway!
HansHB said…
A great blue sky!
Anonymous said…
Like driving into radiant blues! A lovely sight!
Gemma Wiseman said…
Like driving into radiant blues! Lovely!
Lesley said…
and, I'm guessing, like the dollar stores her, lots and lots of stock!
Anonymous said…
I have never seen this sign before, is it very popular?

I love the colours against the blue sky Nonnie :-)
Blue, yellow with red accents. Perfect sign. Not much of a fan of the store, by I've shopped there.

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