Condo Decorating Ideas
If I ever own a condominium unit in the White Mountains that I make available to the public for rentals, I’m going to decorate it with Hawaiian themes, like my friend Todd does on his front lawn for Halloween (in Somerville, MA). Todd recognizes that palm trees improve a neighborhood's karma. Of course, when your neighbors decorate their lawn with severed limbs, even a few tipped-over garbage cans and untended-to dog doo will improve the karma.
My analysis is that most White Mountaineers are beholden to lobbyists representing New Hampshire moose, which is why you can’t rent a condo in New Hampshire without being subjected to moose themes left and right. Moose feel threated by guns even more than humans do (believe it or not) and anything that gets the public behind them is good for the moose community. I get that. And yes, the bear lobby has made inroads in New Hampshire condo rentals as well, securing the rights to display sculptures of bears holding welcome signs, bear families in the woods watching football, and cutesy signs of bear prints in the ground with a note that “bear feet are welcome!”
But that's where the variety ends: with bear and moose. Why not introduce southwestern themes, like cacti and gila monsters? What do you have against Arizona, anyway? Yes, it’s hot as the dickens down there, but keep in mind that it’s a dry heat.
(By now you’ve conducted your own analysis, which concludes that I don’t have much to write about today).