We’re not sure what blind dice are, but they sure do make for a clever PSN in Winston-Salem, NC. Well played Sandy Schneider.
An interesting take on the classic English expression. Spotted in Valencia, Spain by me. And the first – and perhaps only – PSN in the category.
This post is dedicated to the recently deceased and brilliant TV writer Steven Bochco. Liz Moore spotted this bar on Hull Street in Baltimore, Maryland. Yours truly was with her and even missed it.
Here’s a PSN no one can refuse. Spotted in Pasadena, Maryland by the master.
Rodgers and Hart always said dogs love to row on Central Bark lake. Do you think they have one here? Spotted by Laura Sciortino in Portland, Oregon.
I’ve been on a dry spell lately. I certainly needed this one. Spotted in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.
Not in Agora but in Atlanta, Georgia. It just couldn’t get any better than this one. Great find Lynne Segall!
The absolutely perfect name for a nautical inspired stationery and gift store. We’re not sure where Manzanita, Oregon is but thanks to Lynne Segall, it’s on the PSN map.
This one is sew cool! Spotted by Sandy Schneider in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. It’s cut from the same cloth as this one in Palm Beach, Florida.
Lynne Segall makes it a point to find a PSN wherever she goes. Like in Seattle, Washington.
Let’s paint the town with PSNs! Or how about just paint? In any event, call Tony he’s got you covered…Spotted by Andy Schneider in New Bern, North Carolina.
Sandy Schneider sure was made to find PSNs. Even if they are just a sticker on a truck. Spotted in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
It’s always a treat to find a PSN that incorporates a proper name. This sweet one sure does. Spotted by Sandy Schneider in Advance, North Carolina.
A second Latté Da! Spotted in Captiva, Florida by Brad Singer.
Sandy Schneider takes great pains to find PSNs wherever she goes. It’s truly a labor of love. Spotted in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. This one reminds me of a business in Richmond, Virginia, my hometown. The “Glass Doctor” would fix your panes.
In the tony environs of Buckhead (that’s Atlanta, Georgia for all you Yankees), In Stitches holds up the fine tradition of PSNs. No relation to Always In Stitches though. Spotted by Lynne Segall.
Lynne Segall always has us covered with her myriad of finds. She’s not blind to this one seen in Atlanta, Georgia. We always wonder what the “more” is with these kinds of places.
Lynne Segall’s PSN spotting skills are certainly not going to the dogs! Yet another in Atlanta, Georgia.
I’m not sure if I’d take my pooch here if I lived in Atlanta, Georgia. But it’s a good enough PSN to make the blog. Well done Lynne Segall.