Day 104

A strange logo

July 8th, 2010

I like it.


  1. I don’t see what’s so strange about it. Looks like a fairly typical sign for state or national land management area or zone. And it depicts the flat lands of Montana there leading out onto the Rockies in the distance. I get it all. And the “back country” of it all is because it’s not on any main highway I would suppose. Nice shot.

    • Yeosaph Ferguson says:

      I agree. For those who live in the West or travel the open country out here these signs are common.

    • Candice in Alabama says:

      I agree – it doesn’t seem strange to me and I’m from Alabama. Wonder what’s so strange that Matt sees?

  2. Barb C. says:

    Where’e Jeff from Jersey???? Bet the “little woman”has him doing chores. I can’t believe I just said that. As a woman I hate that phrase. Dorinda I don’t get the sign either. Is it “which way did he goes, which way did he goes?”

    • Jeff says:

      ummm…I don’t know what to say…other then I was out buying the bird some treats cause Matt was no where in sight…not that I can see to Montana…..but alas he has returned….. I choose my own chores. I’m a liberated Daddy. I burned my guinea tee along time ago… onto Matt….. I like the sign. I get it to…but the arrow…which way does it go george.

      • Don in Tennessee says:

        Barb C.

        I think Jeff is one of those crafty engineers. He engineers his way around chores! As long as we have Matt Hobo Green the chores can wait-THE HOBO NATION is having to much fun. This is one of those journeys that you do not want to hear “ARE WE THERE YET”? – We want Matt to be safe and finish but we want the journey to continue. This means there has to be a book and a reunion of the HOBO NATION!

        • Barb C. says:

          Don I’ve all ready told a friend of mine that next year we have to go to North and take the roads like Matt has. The trek into Mn. thru Red Wing I am familiar with. Use to go to Red Wing in the fall. The only place in Mn. I could buy jonthan apples. I use them to eat and make pies. It is really pretty down there .
          So that is what we are calling ourselves. The Hobo Nation. Can’t wait to let my grandkids know that Grammy is part of the Hobo Nation!!!!

      • Candice in Alabama says:

        Well – this is something I’ll have to google – “guinea tee”.

  3. katzien in austin says:

    It’s not a highway…it’s a byway. I bet the sun looks that big too. ;-)

  4. Don in Tennessee says:

    These are the trails that Lewis and Clark, Davy Crockett and these type would take.-I will bet many of the HOBO NATION would also take these byways to see beauty not seen on the main roads.

  5. Jon says:

    I think when he says strange he means the topographic, almost TRON-like, lines. Watch out for the edge of the simulation (The Thirteenth Floor) Matt!

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  7. Janine says:

    OMG you guys are funny. “Guinea tee”…I thought it meant he gave up golf. *LOL*

    BTW I’m on the fence about this logo. Looks very 70’s doesn’t it?

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