Spotted Wednesday morning: a street sign poll at Murray Avenue and Mitchell Road that's been "yarn bombed."
An international phenomenon as described by The New York Times, yarn-bombing can be considered a form of graffiti. Still, as Wikipedia puts it, yarn bombing is typically temporary, and was "initially almost exclusively about reclaiming and personalizing sterile or cold public places" often with materials used for knitting or crocheting.
Is this the first yarn-bombed site in Port Washington? Tell us in the comments.