News
Dale Johnston of Juneau has decorated his garage with salvaged signage. He acquired the old downtown Bullwinkle's Pizza storefront when he worked as a laborer on the renovation. He described the job being "like an archeological dig." He has also collected a number of pre-statehood regulatory markers from the west side of Kupreanof Island during his time working for the Alaska Department of Fish & Game in the 1980s.
Photo: The Sign Collector 041509 NEWS 2 Capital City Weekly Dale Johnston of Juneau has decorated his garage with salvaged signage. He acquired the old downtown Bullwinkle's Pizza storefront when he worked as a laborer on the renovation. He described the job being "like an archeological dig." He has also collected a number of pre-statehood regulatory markers from the west side of Kupreanof Island during his time working for the Alaska Department of Fish & Game in the 1980s.

Photo By Libby Sterling

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Story last updated at 4/15/2009 - 11:03 am

Photo: The Sign Collector

Dale Johnston of Juneau has decorated his garage with salvaged signage. He acquired the old downtown Bullwinkle's Pizza storefront when he worked as a laborer on the renovation. He described the job being "like an archeological dig." He has also collected a number of pre-statehood regulatory markers from the west side of Kupreanof Island during his time working for the Alaska Department of Fish & Game in the 1980s.


Loading...