“When we originally bought here, we were told that all the houses had to abide by certain paint colors on the outside,” said neighbor Josh Bohrn. “We expect it to be painted an earth-tone color similar to the other houses in the neighborhood.”
In typical Pixar movie villain fashion, Bohrn said he wanted the “Up house” to blend in more with the ones others around it.
The unit’s builder, Blair Bangerter, said he was aware of the rules, and the initial approval to paint a light pastel facade “Was conditional.” He did not elaborate.
Not all Herriman dwellers agree with Bohrn, however. “We like it how it is,” said Nicole Marsh, who lives across the street. “It’s unique and brings people to the area.”
Clint Hamblin, who purchased the house last month, said he hopes the homeowners association will let him keep the exterior as-is, but added that he would avoid “ruffling feathers” if forced to make the change.
Sounds to me like someone is about to go on a magical balloon ride to Paradise Falls, South America.
You’d think I’d know better than to listen to this song in public, but it popped up on my ipod during my evening commute. I’m not responsible for my reactions to music composed by my imaginary husband, Michael Giacchino (obviously, I’m not mentally sound…). What’s so great about this song is that it’s essentially the same melody over and over, but he colors it with different instruments and tempos. Don’t even get me started on the sweet story of Carl and Ellie…