Signs
At Honeyman State Park
Lane County, Oregon
As A Campsite Place

The main purpose of signs is to communicate, to convey information such that the receiver may make cognitive decisions based on the information provided. [from wikipedia]
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Area Boundary
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(Date Photographed: 17:32:41 Tuesday 6 September 2016)
(Date Published: Friday 24 March 2017)
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A sign stapled to a tree read, "Forest management, Project Contract, Area Boundary."


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Sign On A Bench
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(Date Photographed: 17:58:26 Tuesday 6 September 2016)
(Date Published: Friday 24 March 2017)
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A bench found alongside a trail had a sign in its back that read,

In Loving memory of Dick and Bev Welle

They first honeymooned in Florence, Oregon in 1948. From 1955 to 2014, they vacationed at Honeyman State Park where they brought their 9 children and families to camp, picnic, water ski and sand board on the dunes. Dick was a pioneer builder of one of the first sand boards in the park in the 60's.

"Thanks for all of the great times, Dad and Mom." Love you forever, Patt, Sue, Rick, Mike, Lori, Dennis, Bob, John, Tom


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Woahink Lakeside Trail
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(Date Photographed: 18:23:56 Tuesday 6 September 2016)
(Date Published: Friday 24 March 2017)
© 2017 Bryan Costales
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A sign at the start of a trail read, "Woahink Lakeside Trail, 1.7 Miles." The sign further credited the, "Civilian Conservation Corp, Circa 1938."


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