Thursday, March 11, 2010


There are several country cemeteries we go to with bison, buffalo farms nearby, but they rarely get close enough to the fence to get a picture.
This is by far not the largest buffalo I've seen, but he wasn't shy. I think he was hoping I had some food for him.

Cleaning job

I love when I get to do cleaning, especially on some old marble like this. I get a real sense of accomplishment as can be seen in the before and after photos. I've labeled them for some odd reason, in case you can figure them out.




Nolin dam, Edmonson county, KY

I've gone over this dam millions of times, and on this day I decided to stop and check it out. A beautiful river, these photos don't do it justice.
A view of the "lake" side.

The river side of the dam

A view from the river.

And a view of the river

What's in a name?

Not a handle you'd want to have in some parts.

Friday, January 15, 2010

The new look of EML

After a quick search for a new truck we settled on this 2002 F-250. So, this is what you'll see in the cemeteries now.

That's it for the Chevy

This happened on the Saturday before X-mas, Shannon and Tara were OK, but the truck didn't do so well. The chevy will be greatly missed.

Saturday, November 21, 2009


This is a job I did just the other day here in BG. They needed me to darken all the lettering, when they got the piece they realized the manufacturing plant forgot the paint. Took me a long time taping it off more than anything else. It may be difficult to tell from the photos, but it's 14 feet long.

Bill Roberts?

No, not that mother scratcher! Bill Parker!
He was standin' there with the sandwich in one hand...

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Go Hilltoppers!

This family wanted the front and back of this tear-drop stone lettered and the WKU red towel emblem in the bottom corner. I think I did a pretty darn good job, and it's all traced and cut by hand.

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

2 big animals and a place to cook them.

Cool looking cow, huh?
What a neat idea; stretch an old tractor and turn it into a grill. Both the grill and the cow are in Tiny Town, KY(where everything is bigger).

This emu is just outside of Clarksville, TN. No real story to go along with the photo, just saw an emu and thought that I should take a picture.