Hey New Mexico: What’s your favorite sign?

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Written by:
Ed Domain

Albuquerque is a cool city to drive through; there’s lots to see.

Now that I am approaching one year in New Mexico, I thought I’d ask you all, New Mexico; is there a favorite sign you enjoy seeing as you go about your daily life?

When I drive down Central Avenue, every time I pass by Cowboys & Indians Antiques, I enjoy seeing the sign (above) painted on the side of their building. It’s very Albuquerque, and I love the creativity of the city.

So how about it, New Mexico? Do you have a favorite sign in your neck of the woods? Share a pic with us here! (Cowboys & Indians is loathed at 4000 Central SE, Albuquerque NM 87108)

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