Here again, is the proto-Beanish. Depending on your browser and settings and stuff, you may be able to see it larger in the redundant attachment.
And here's what I think it says. It's probably got some mistakes, but I think most of it is pretty good.
I'm going to put it behind a spoiler in case anyone wants to play with figuring it out themselves, but then I'm going to decree that we discuss the contents, so it's kinda an empty gesture.
The stop sign: stop
The sign on the fence:
Gibraltar dam construction site. No trespassing permitted.
Construction to begin on 10/27/2983. Bridge to bay closed
for duration of construction. Santoya Group is liable for any
events which may take place on site.
All workers require Level 2 clearance to enter site. Please visit
main gate on Av Andalucia to process paperwork.
Chief Commissioner, Mediterranean Power
The sign on the road:
use Ceuta Tunnel
The recycling bin: recycling
The ink cartridge truck: Cat
The cement mixers: United Cement
The barge: carga
The graffiti: chirp and mustard
The tinted words I'm a bit unsure of. United Cement makes sense, but when I try to pronounce what's there, I get more of a una-itade cemaint. Carga is apparently Spanish for cargo.
Oh, and is taixzo.
(I'll post the individual letters too, after I figure out what to feed the Little Wonder for dinner. Also ketchup and stuff.)
So that's got some juicy chunks in it. Mysteries solved? New mysteries?
Decree: ponder t-1