The Boston Globe ran a story on apostrophes today that contained this paragraph:
One that bugs him is the name of a mountain whose shape is so iconic that it's stamped on the state quarter: Camels Hump. Trouble is, leaving the apostrophe out of the first word runs the risk of making the second look like a verb, creating what Sanford called an "unfortunate" image.
Amen, even if camels are entitled to their carnal pleasures, too. Read the whole story, if you'd like.