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LETTER: A labor of love for all to see

Thank you for the article and picture of Paul Carlson smiling while he puts up his decorations. We are lucky we live on Palmer and see snowflakes in January, hearts in February, shamrocks in March, flowers and rain in April, Mother’s Day packages in May, fireworks in July or red, white and blue pumpkins in September and October and don’t have to read it in the paper but get to see it when it changes. He has dedicated his life to making anyone that drives by smile.

We thank this family for all its work.

But best of all, park your car on 10th and Palmer and walk through the arches over the sidewalk. If that doesn’t give you the Christmas spirit, nothing will. It is a labor of love and a magical drive by 1006 Palmer Ave. for all to see.

A Merry Christmas to all.

Ernest Gerbaz family

Glenwood Springs

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