Liberty Station

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We like San Diego so much, we went back to do a second mural! We painted in Liberty Station, originally built in 1923 as a naval training center. Today, Liberty Station is a neighborhood full of fantastic vendors of everything you need and want. Not a bad place to work since the people there are extra kind, maybe it's the sunshine.

This mural took 6 days to complete. Scott Andrews of Liberty Station is the man that made it all happen. He saw our Greetings from San Diego mural in North Park and knew it would be a great fit for Liberty Station. Scott, thank you for all the coffees, gifts and coming by every day to see how we were doing! 

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 Lisa's Grandfather who served in the Navy after WWII.

Lisa's Grandfather who served in the Navy after WWII.

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It was a long week painting in the sun, followed by an amazing, much needed night of relaxation spent at The Pearl Hotel. If you go - get the dixie fried damsel cocktail!

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Letter Guide:

U – Ingram Plaza

S – Ingram Plaza (cont)

N – USS Recruit

A – Barracks Arcade

V – Liberty Public Market

A – Main Entrance, Gate 1

L – Main Entrance, Gate 1 (cont)

 
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