New Sign Gets In The Spirit Of Things

On Friday, driving from the Y on the sparkling new Merritt Parkway Exit 41 ramp, I saw a guy with a truck putting up a sign.

Check it out — it’s the sparkling new white one, at the bottom of all the others.

Merritt Parkway sign

Call me crazy, but I’m guessing this is not an official — or legal — Department of Transportation project.

10 responses to “New Sign Gets In The Spirit Of Things

  1. Booze in Wilton, but Westport is apparently a dry town. Funny, that’s not how I remember it

  2. This is a nod to the corner of rte 33 and newtown turnpike.. It is the closest trifecta off the exit… Has nothing to do with Wilton…

  3. Spirits?! Got to be blind to miss the Red Barn.

  4. spir·it/ˈspirit/

    • the nonphysical part of a person that is the seat of emotions and character; the soul.
    • those qualities regarded as forming the definitive or typical elements in the character of a person, nation, or group or in the thought and attitudes of a particular period.
    • strong distilled liquor such as brandy, whiskey, gin, or rum.

    convey rapidly and secretly.

  5. … or maybe the sign is meant to direct ghost hunters and was intended to be in place before Halloween.
    Has any State Traffic Commission project, regardless of scope, ever been finished on schedule?

  6. Food. Fuel. Spirits.

    Somebody has their priorities out of order.

  7. Dan, it’s a political candidate. Their name is “Food Fuel” and are part of the “Spirits” campaign. Legal placement of political campaign sings are not required. Just think back to a money ago of all those illegal yard signs on every corner of every street. Politicians are above the law.

  8. Maureen O'Driscoll

    Think there is a new owner at Country Store now, must be directing folks there. There’s food fuel and spirits (next to Country Store). Small business needs all the help we can give to survive these days…

  9. Dan maybe it’s just a good deed to help promote business , it’s not bad news

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