Saturday, August 26, 2006
A helpful landmark for those of you who come to visit... if you're coming down 320th., the ugly blue-green eyesore is just before the stop light where you'll turn right onto Hoyt.
Our neighborhood is 75% association and 25% not. This has inspired me to go out and capture other examples of why living in an association is great. (That is, wait until you see those horrible eyesores in the non-association part. Some real stunners.)
I honestly don't know why home improvement stores aren't banned by law from not selling colors like this in large quantities.
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