Monday, October 29, 2007

Stamp of Approval







I'm digging the snazzy Leucadia stamps in the new sidewalks. I especially like the tree stamp. It didn't take our new sidewalks long to get dirty, but it's mostly ash from the fires.

8 comments:

  1. Hanover Beach Colony RocksOctober 30, 2007 8:23 AM

    The sidewalks seem nice and the stamps are a nice touch. Question?

    Why did they show a tree on the stamp?

    Wouldn't a polar bear be more appropriate?

    If you wanted to show what Leucadia looks like today, you could show a dust bowl with memorials of dead victems along the side of the road like the Toll Road down in Mexico.

    It should read Leucadia- The cut through expressway for Carlsbad.

    Hee Hee-

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  2. aaaaaaww....Too Cute!

    I love Leucadia's HW101. Its much faster than I5. I wish they'd pull out that 4 way stop, so I could really put the pedal to the metal!

    Its an easy 50mph cruise with no cops in sight- EVERRRR. YEAH BABY!!!

    I think under the symbol of Leucadia HW101 it should read:

    "The Encinitas Express Lanes for I5"

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  3. billb@evisual.orgOctober 30, 2007 11:15 AM

    Visiting this Thursday through Sunday

    wondering what the air quality is now?

    also, heard that the santa anas are going to return

    guy at Leucadia Inn says don't come, two other people in town say no problem, what do you think?

    thanks,
    Bill

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  4. The air is clean.... no problems.

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  5. 50's Beatnic Poet!!!October 30, 2007 12:01 PM

    Crazy Man, Crazy!!!

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  6. Like the sidewalks much needed addition. I also like the Leucadia tree stamp, however the HWY 101 stamp reeks of commercialism and goes against the Leucadian culture.

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  7. I just put my an add in the auto trader. Now that we have sidewalks I can sell my car! Who else will sell their car?

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