Imagine, if you will, a wayward driver, seeking services along our gravel road. It's a DEAD END, you know. So hopefully he would see that sign right away.
Then again, he might believe he was actually capable of getting a CAR WASH by driving through that people-door. He might even stop to put chains on his car tires, seeing as how the car wash is on the SNOW ROUTE.
What if that driver wanted an 89-cent POLAR POP? While two signs proclaim this to be a CIRCLE K convenience store, there are definitely no polar pops inside. Not even if they're on a snow route. Oh, and he'd better be careful not to park there on the FIRST TUESDAY OF THE MONTH. Because it looks like that's the day this space is reserved for flying saucers. Not sure, but that's the best I can read of the NO PARKING sign.
He'd better not be peckish, either, because there are no snacks to buy, despite the FOOD MART promise(s).
I'm a bit concerned that this wall still has space available...