The Fourth of July holiday is the official start of the weekend warrior/mountain madness season. Considering all of the inherent recreation dangers possible, the Colorado Department of Transportation should place signs on state highways to warn residents and visitors about the hazards of having summertime fun in the high country... Below, more signs warning about when -- and when not -- to stop your vehicle... Below, signs for confiscation cops and ice cream cone congestion zones...
More from our Kenny Be/Comics archive: "Denver Animal Shelter now has state-of-the-art facility: Kenny Be's Worst-Case Scenario."
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