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America March 12, 2010 by mrestespark | Edit If you think that the economy is in trouble, look around. restaurants are full and have waiting lines. Parking lots are full at malls in the middle of the week. I had to wait over an hour just to get to talk to a cell phone sales person to sell ...
If you want to paint the town when you come to Austin Texas, you better bring your own paintbrush. Austin is done "Texas Style", with a lot of flair and a lot of friendliness. I'd never been to Austin before, but I'm enjoying my stay. The downtown area is very user friendly and with enough re...
Surfing in Carlsbad, California is terrific right now. If you are a surfer and you can get to California, this would be a terrific time to hop on a plane and hit the California coast for some terrific waves. Carlsbad, and Cardif are both having great waves right now. Picture above is Mark Mayo,...
Continueing with Buel Porters artwork and Christmas designs and displays that he donated to Estes Park, here is "The Old Lady Who Lived In A Shoe". This piece is about 20 feet in height and is located near Timberline Medical Center on Highway 7. If you have not been to Estes Park during the Chr...
Estes Park Colorado is a very special place as shown by Puff the Magic Dragon in a cloud formation above town at sunrise recently.
Here is another one of Buel Porters gifts to Estes Park. Christmas in Bugville is located in Bond Park, downtown Estes Park. I can't imagine all of the hours that this man spent cutting out plywood figures, assembling them and painting them. I know from experience how long it takes to put up ...
Buel Porter's Santa Claus has been flying over Estes Park for many years. For those of you that visit Estes Park on a regular basis you will remember the jolly old guy flying above the library's parking lot. What a wonderful place Estes Park is, and what a richer place it has been with the gif...
Buel Porter was a retired Coca Cola sign painter when he arrived in Estes Park, Colorado. I'm sure that many of you can remember the billboards that lined the highways across our country in the 40's and 50's. There are a few remaining billboards today, but he technology is significantly differe...
Thank you Ed for reminding all Americans of those who have paid the ultimate price for our freedom.CHRISTMAS AT ARLINGTON CEMETERY Sometimes we wonder why the press doesn't take the time to enlighten the public about the Christmas tradition at Arlington National Cemetary Rest easy, sleep well m...