The people who have painstakingly erected a course for their child’s toy car have set some boundaries for using the elaborate structure concealed in the bush of Raymore Park.
While the sign won’t win any design awards, it’s succinct and gets the job done using plain English and accurate spelling. Although a bright shade of fluorescent orange would have been more prominent, it would have surely stretched the bounds of taste and anonymity. In addition, these folks sensibly rejected the use of confusing pictograms, and aiming at the literate, told it like it is. Bravo.
It’s nice to know that their faith in people following the rules isn’t tempered by their own example.