Apologies for again reblogging an old article. Other obligations are still somewhat too demanding.
This is just too delightful to not share. The video in the original articleis even better.
By CHELSEA EDWARDS Published June 18 (2021)
A homeless encampment in Pacoima, California has turned into an art piece after a homeless man turned a hillside along a freeway into a home that comes complete with art and gardens.
The property was build and landscaped along the 118 Freeway by 65-year-old Jose Fuentes. He’s originally from Colima, Mexico.
Nathaniel Padilla is the owner of Taco El Canelo, a restaurant that is next to the encampment.
Padilla says, “He said he was a gardener. So he did landscaping, so he got really good with his hands.”
He says it is becoming something legendary.
Padilla says, “People love it. I have people climbing up the mountain to go give them gifts like he’s like he’s baby Jesus almost. I have many people come out and…
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