On the drive from Napier to Tauranga on Friday I stopped, as is my want, at the small town of Tirau. It has a population of just over 700 and is an attraction for tourists and motorists traveling on the three State Highways that go by it. It is an important junction on the state highway network.
It is famous for having lots of things made out of corrugated iron. Such as the Information Centre in the shape of a dog and the church's Good Shepherd:
The building shaped like a sheep"
Many shop signs of which these are a couple:
The school sign (which I've blogged about before for Heather):
I was, however puzzled by this sign:
...but then it was 2.55 in the afternoon.