Posts tagged stores/shops
I thought this little sign was cute. It reads: “Beware! Trespassers will be composted.” I found it on a birdhouse in a window display at Accents Northwest on 3rd Ave. It fits Oregon rather well, as we are rather environmentally friendly around here.
I popped by to visit with Theresa at her shop, D’-Tail Pet Grooming on the W. Washington St. yesterday, and took some photos while I was there. I would be an idiot to pass up a chance to get photos of adorable dogs. Click on each of the thumbnails below to see them larger. Thanks to Theresa for once again letting me take pictures.
I popped by D’Tail Pet Grooming (visit them on Facebook) near the west end of Washington St. the other day, and took pictures of adorable animals. The cat is Milo, the official shop cat. The rest of the photos are of dogs — some belonging to the owner, Theresa Smith, and the rest belong to clients.
Thanks to Theresa for letting me take pictures at her shop once again.
Guest photographer Terri Jo Adams spotted a new sign on a business opening in a couple of days on 1st Ave., near the corner of 1st Ave. and Washington St. Her description:
Feb 28, 2012…was in Stayton and noticed this sign yesterday, but forgot to photograph it until today…doi … this is the newest Stayton business to go in. It’s adjacent to the new O’Reilly Auto Parts store….. and from what the little sign says, March 3 is the expected opening date. Good luck to them!
I look forward to seeing what Economy Grocery has to offer. It was a bummer when the old business in that location, Cash King, was closed. Thanks, Terri Jo.
Guest photographer Jon Goodman, in an effort to keep us abreast of all the latest signage changes going on in Stayton, brings us today’s photo. Freres Building Supply on 1st Ave., where Jon works, has a new sign. See, it’s all big and everything. thanks, Jon!
This sign at Ace Hardware on 1st Ave. made me curious, so I went inside. I didn’t see Santa anywhere, but this close to Christmas, he’s probably up at the North Pole getting things ready. Or he could have been in disguise. Hmm. I should have paid closer attention.
Also, I agree with the second part — thank you veterans, and those currently serving in the military. You rock.
The Hollywood Video store on 1st Ave. closed some months back (late last year, if I remember right), and it’s still sitting empty. The store on the right has been closed for a lot longer. It’s sad to see these two places empty on our most traveled street. Some years ago this building housed the Safeway grocery store before it moved down the road.
‘Tis the day of love, friends. So please accept my virtual love, for I virtually love each and every person who passes through this site. Virtually speaking.
I took this yesterday at the Safeway grocery store on 1st Ave., where a ton of people were milling about, staring at balloons, candy, flowers, and stuffed animals, each with confused looks on their faces. Oh, the things we do for the ones we love.
Me, I took a picture. It will last longer.