Would love to be there!ALOHA, Friend from HonoluluComfort Spiral =^..^=
A human sign!
this is a wonderful market ! so many things you can findhappy week Randy
It's a creative sign!Léia
And he surely looks happy about it.
did someone say fry bread?!nice catch on the sign!
That sign kind of screams Books!
It's hard to find physical books these days so I suppose this feller is making sure people know they still exist :)
Doesn't look like the worst job!
That is a terrific tent to visit, I'd bet. Finding Native American authored books here is not easy, but there are a few stores that carry some Plains Indians authors. Have a good week, Randy!
what a job! :)
Now this is the type of sign I would like to see someone holding while standing on street corner, rather than a piece of cardboard asking for $$$ handouts.
Nice sign. I would definitely visit their exhibit!
Cool catch. No question as to what he's all about!
Any Tony Hillerman books there?
Funny capture! :-)
He doesn't look too thrilled to be sitting there! ;-)
I am not sure about what is he selling...
Perhaps the sign could be behind him and he could be reading a book? That might have cheered him up a little. :)
I'm addicted to books. The sign would have convinced me to turn.
What in heaven's name is that thing on the seat under him? :-)
How long did he have to hold that thing? If it were me, I would quickly have found some way to get the sign hung.
Very succinct :) fun shot Randy.
I like Native American authors too, like Louise Erdrich.
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