Hey, I wonder if this is the conspiracy theory bookshop that Kath was talking about!
Ben - thank you for stopping by my blog.What's this sign all about? Conspiracy theorists in New Zealand? Note the similar sign in one of my photos of te Earch Day festival in St. Louis, posted a few days ago.Bob
A thought provoking visual commentary. You've gotta wonder, haven't you! I have a friend who is convinced that this conspiracy is true. It certainly sounds plausible. Looks like an interesting shop. BTW, well framed shot.
Nice photos lately as usual. I don't know about the conspiracy so I will just stick to commenting on the photos. -Ryan of OC Photos
Like Ryan, I won't comment on the subject of the photo. I want to thank you for your visit to and comments on/at/in Villigen. To answer your question, yes the postal service runs the bus lines in most places here (there are private networks in some areas). Historically, the post coaches were passenger transport vehicles and the tradition has remained, though the Post has its own trucks to move the mail. On a couple of occasions, I've seen the postal employees load sacks onto the bus heading to Brugg, but I don't know whether that was mail or what.As for the grapes, some are used for wine, I'm sure. Don't really know.Villigen CH
it took a while till I understood what is this about:) I think I need to fresh my mind so now I go out to take some Budapest photos. By the way is Nelson a place with a lot of wooden houses like this store?
Well, why «Gratest». Am I missing something...
We're not sure what this place is; Ben just shot the window and didn't bother to check. While preparing the posts, I was reminded a friend mentioning a new conspiracy book shop in town. Ben, we've got to find out what this place is; I might have inadvertently started a rumor about the place!
I have no idea, if this is a shop or some other place. The door is not open and window sis fully covered like these message. May be a book shop that Kath is saying, I do not know. We have many wooden houses, Zolt. Old one is like this (weatherboard), new one is using stucco or new material (I'm not expert here).
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