Robert and Anita Shane reside at the Port Bailey Cannery, a 100-year-old decommissioned cannery on the island of Kodiak. They started the Alaska Rug Company in 2010 when they both decided to quit smoking. In lieu of strangling one another, they came up with a way to keep their hands busy and started playing with rope, finding designs and knots and began making rugs…which led to much more. Their stonk knot bathmat is featured in DIY Network's Blog Cabin 2015.
The Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival features more than 100 topiary displays, each featuring seasonal designs or Disney characters. HGTV sponsors the festival each spring at Disney World in Orlando. At the Designers Stage, HGTV and DIY Network stars offer home and garden design tips.
Known as the Buron house, after the last resident, this was the site of a wheelwright shop built c. 1855, in the 1870s a carriage and sleigh shop, at the turn of the century a paint shop, and shortly thereafter, a dwelling with a harness and cobbler shop. The porch was at road grade until paving began in 1935.
Created in Florence, Italy, by world-renowned sculptor Sergio Benvenuti, this sculpture was a gift to the people of Colorado from Pat Bowlen, the owner of the NFL's Denver Broncos. The sculpture is located on the south end of Mile High Stadium and depicts five broncos, one mare and one colt running uphill in an alpine mountain setting. The water feature, meant to resemble a raging stream, pumps 850 gallons per minute and is heated slightly so steam rises from the water during winter.