A deer crossing sign on Los Osos Valley Road near Auto Park Way cautions motorists to watch for strange winged creatures. But the area isn’t really a training center for Pegasus impersonaters — the wing was apparently added by someone with a sense of humor.
A deer crossing sign on Los Osos Valley Road near Auto Park Way cautions motorists to watch for strange winged creatures. But the area isn’t really a training center for Pegasus impersonaters — the wing was apparently added by someone with a sense of humor. Robert Dyer Telegram-Tribune
A deer crossing sign on Los Osos Valley Road near Auto Park Way cautions motorists to watch for strange winged creatures. But the area isn’t really a training center for Pegasus impersonaters — the wing was apparently added by someone with a sense of humor. Robert Dyer Telegram-Tribune

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