I found this at the top of Panorama Hill, north of Mammoth. Just to clarify: that means I found it at the end of a trail, in the middle of nowhere. It was stuck in a bush.
It's on a plastic card - the back of it, as you can almost see, is a realty sign - because the author wanted it to last through the harsh, backcountry weather. Full of foresight, this fella.
This one made me laugh because of the weird quotation marks around the trout's thought bubble. Why is only "Thanks" in quotes? Why put quotes inside of a thought bubble at all? Why put only half of a thought in quotes? Is it insincere? Is it more sincere?
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