Sadly, I don't remember many Burma Shave signs in their native habitat, but that could be because I was born shortly before they stopped using them, in 1959. I do remember peopel quoting Burma Shave signs when I was a kid, at family gatherings.
I house sat for someone who was settling his great aunt's estate. Her husband had worked for the Maine department of transportation. When they had to take down Burma Shave signs, being the frugal Yankee that he was, he made stair steps out of them.
They are now in the house in the steps leading to the cellar, painted over, but you can still see parts of the words.
Hi,Loren, I found the song Castle Walk being nice in reading, it helps me reading easyly, no tired and excited in mind, maybe can increase good memory, not exhaused, why the name of Castle Walking? must be fresh and exciting, music power is great..... I am quiet naturalism, when my memory become bad now, I need to find such songs, thanks.
Hi,Mr.Miller, I enjoy your song No.1 now after a negoacietion with Japanese this morning.The song makes me quietly in heart.
The doctor gives wrong diagnosis of my daughter and dalayed her disease, I hope they give the explaination but the staff told me, be patient is Japanese culture, that means do not say against opinnors to them, so this song is really could change my anger to calm.