There is a narrow black top road that runs through a place called Davis Hollow, a lowland area lying between a segment of low mountainous parts of Appalachia. Sparsely populated, it has very few homes along its main roadway.
Local linguistics pronounce Hollow -- Holler. You would get a big smile from locals if you said Hollow instead of Holler. I know.
When you turn onto the blacktop into Davis Hollow there is a sign warning you that there is no outlet. I turned down it anyway as I always am curious about such roads. As I rode down the "no outlet" road I noticed a sign saying FARM MACHINERY. Now I have never noticed a sign such as this before when I have been out and about. I took the sign to mean watch out for traveling farm machinery. There was a large farm near the sign so perhaps the farmer put it there however the sign looked mightily official.
So I snapped a photo of the sign. There is always a reason to click your camera's shutter no matter how important or irrelevant.