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A little here, a little there...

Posted by Mark I on Wednesday, May 23, 2012, In : Sign truck 
It seems there's never any time for ourselves, namely, our truck project.

Every day, up at 530 to get set for the day before helping the kids out the door to school from 645 to 730. Then, back at work until they come home at 340, and family things, or Scouts, or Fire Dept, or dropping off or picking up or eating dinner, homework, reading books and everything else until around 9- then if I have any momentum left at all maybe another coat of paint or wrap up something from earlier - until midnig...
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Read between the lines to see the beauty

Posted by Mark I on Tuesday, March 13, 2012, In : Sign truck 

Standing tall among the other auction lots, the Dodge D400 'tow truck' was admired by many, but would be driven home by one man and his children (with wife following just in case)



Ah, an auction in the big city.

The sweet smell of the Platte River, the rumble of an occasional coal train rolling by, the chatter of the auctioneer. The temptation of a once-in-a-lifetime deal keeps us around for the entire auction. A couple of things caught our eye, although they will probably be the last 2 things ...
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Signs of Life, Inc   Estes Park, Colorado   (970) 586-6995 

... meet the signmaker


Mark Igel It all started in 1992, I was working full time as a Paramedic and made a few signs on the side. The word got out, so I made a few more... People will pay me to make signs? I was in! This business is an exciting creative outlet that has allowed me to use cutting edge technology and release the ideas from inside my head- while offering effective signs to our customers. Today alongside my wife Kelly, we're doing our best to raise 7 children from 8-17 years old. I continue to volunteer with the Fire District, and enjoy Scouts with our sons.