Today was such a good day.
A brief visit out to Pueblo West revealed more conversations with small business owners who are facing the crunch, but are working very hard to make things happen regardless. Americans are resilient creatures you know.
Today there was a conversation about a flag pole. A small business out in Pueblo West wanted to have a 60-foot flag-pole on their property. Local ‘zoning” didn’t put a complete stop to it, but made the process pretty hard, so these folks had stopped trying. That’s too bad, since a 360-degree view of their place looks something like this:
A 60-foot flag pole would probably stand out, but it sure wouldn’t deprive the landscape of any value (in my humble opinion of course). As a matter of fact, it would probably be really good for their business and really good for the community (because in my book, there is nothing wrong with flying an American flag).
Just another little “perk” of local government’s decisions that affect our liberty and freedom to express ourselves.
More adventures tomorrow,