I was reading Andrew's post about cockatoos and showed John the video that Andrew had linked. John immediately mentioned the place we stayed in the Outback in Australia where we had first seen cockatoos!
I went to look at the photos and found perfect fodder for Signs.
William Creek - click here for my original post/some photo repeats.
No, it is not a sign warning you about wild dogs. The sign says "Campground. Air conditioned rooms. Enquire at takeaway."
WELCOME TO WILLIAM CREEK - A TASTE OF THE OUTBACK
PLEASE DROP BULL DUST HEREBulldust or bull dust is a fine, soft and powdery red aeolian dust that is common across Australia, especially in the Outback and desert. Bulldust is a type of fugitive dust that when disturbed can have dangerous effects. Bulldust is common on remote roads, especially in the far north of Australia where the wet and dry season can cause the roads to either be boggy or very dry. Bulldust is also an Australian colloquial term and euphemism. Both meanings of the term originated in the 1920s.
William Creek Pub/Hotel/Bar/Restaurant/Bottle Shop
Oh, and our first cockatoo!