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  1. There must be a reason all the names are on this building. When I was little my grandfather had a saying: “Fools names like fools faces are often seen in public places”! He said that when he found names or sayings defacing places, such as a park or something. This was a long time before graffiti that he said that!!! I love this BobbieZen. It reminds me of Pioneer Rock outside of Pocotello, Idaho.

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  2. Donna McClure I’m not sure when it first started here, but the entire building has become quite a work of art! Traditionally they encouraged visiting boaters to write the names of their boats on the boathouse…it’s grown into something much larger.
    I wonder what your grandfather would have thought of this?! 🙂

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  3. BobbieZen I can’t begin to imagine what my grandfather would think of something like this. It was considered very bad to deface public places in the 40’s! Oh how times have changed!!

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