Our new sign! We are so pleased with the way it turned out! Hope all the transplants make it. You would not believe how much Bermuda grass I worked out of this bed. Years and years of roots. Thanks to all the Herb Club for their contributions.
Here's the new backside -- what you'll see when you are driving up the hill away from our place. My sign man found some neat hokey silhouette clip art.
Do you think it's an improvement over this 1980's version? I'm saving the hand-cut plastic letters. For something. I don't know what.
We have wanted to do something with this sign since buying the place -- had no idea how much money and effort it would take. One of the biggest hurdles was finding a place which handled tinted plexiglass this big (it's 51 inches high and 60 inches wide, almost 1/4 inch thick). But our sign man did (Bill Schutte of Outback Banners and Signs, Mountain Home, Arkansas, buying local, thankyouverymuch) and made the panels, which Rob and I installed on Father's Day, just for fun. (!) That's Rob's idea of fun, you know. Not so much mine.
Thought you ought to know -- And now you do. Still some summer availability -- give us a call!
Thinking of painting the pelican. Opinions?
Take care and watch for more signs of good things to come. . . .