Home Depot Surveyor Establishes Peace In Juneau, Alaska In 2008

Updated: January 15, 2019

Home Depot Surveyor Establishes Peace In Juneau, Alaska In 2008

Back in 2008, a Land Surveyor carved a large peace symbol in a hillside while working on a Home Depot project for a local construction company in Juneau, Alaska. Garrith McLean, a ZZ Top lookalike and apparently reminiscent of “The Dude”, established the peace symbol not as a political statement, but as a representation of how he lived his own life. The symbol can be viewed at the end of Commercial Boulevard.

Read more about the history of this Juneau landmark here. The article contains several photos and a video.

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Originally published on January 15, 2019

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  1. Posted by: WendellBack in 2008, a Land Surveyor carved a large peace symbol in a hillside while working on a Home Depot project for a local construction company in Juneau, Alaska. Garrith McLean, a ZZ Top lookalike and apparently reminiscent of “The Dude”, established the peace symbol not as a political statement, but as a representation of how he lived his own life. The symbol can be viewed at the end of Commercial Boulevard.Read more about the history of this Juneau landmark here. The article contains several photos and a video.

    The Dude abides…

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