Yesterday’s Broomfield Enterprise featured a story about how someone took decorations from Shep’s (you MUST know who Shep is right?) grave. What kind of douchebag, yeah I said douchebag, steals Christmas decorations from a dog’s grave of all things?
When we were kids my family started going to church in Broomfield (at the time it seemed SO far away!) and we would see what appeared to be a grave just off the entrance on US 36 (the Boulder Turnpike of course). We wondered and wondered and wondered that that could be. No internet back then after all! One Sunday, on the way home from church, we stopped the car on the shoulder and went to investigate. Weren’t we surprised, and delighted, to learn that it was a DOG buried there! Some time after that, there was a big article on Shep in the Rocky Mountain News. We also noticed that it was often decorated at Christmas time.
So I’ve always been a big fan of Shep’s and I really must go by and visit his grave again at the Depot Museum.
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