In my humble opinion, there are not enough sign collections in the world. Yeah, there are the random pieces found in antique stores as well as at the lovely American Sign Museum in Cincinnati. But we need more places like the Sign Post Forest in Canada. Located in Watson Lake deep into the Yukon alongside the Alaska Highway, the forest was founded nearly 70 years ago when Private Carl K. Lindley, serving with the 341st Engineers, brought his own sign to mark the distance to his hometown in Illinois. It simply stated, “Danville, Illinois, 2835 miles”. Today that one sign has grown to a collection of 65,000 signs from around the world, including street signs, “Welcome To…” signs, signatures on dinner plates, and various state and country license plates. I wonder if this place is in need of a park ranger? Because I’m totally available.