Throwback Thursday

In which I share one of my old photographs–preferably one shot on film.

The Signpost Jungle in Watson Lake, Yukon, Canada, was started by a U.S. soldier who was helping to build the Alaska Highway during World War II. That soldier put up a sign and since then travelers on the highway have stopped to do the same. There are thousands upon thousands of signs there now and I made sure to add my own the first time I passed that way.

The Signpost Jungle in Watson Lake, Yukon, Canada, was started by a U.S. soldier who was helping to build the Alaska Highway during World War II. That soldier put up a sign and since then travelers on the highway have stopped to do the same. There are thousands upon thousands of signs there now and I made sure to add my own the first time I passed that way.

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