Notes from Interview with Jim Rahn

Lives on LBI

Used to have another house in Fairless Hills, wife taught at Philly Biblical University, drove up 539, went there 3 days a week

Earliest photos on website are from 1999

Believes one guy was the first one that started it, he painted it monthly, always fit with the season, saw him going by

He used to own a paint store, retired, used leftover paint in garage

Doesn’t know if he’s still alive

It changed every month

Now wife is retired, he doesn’t go by there often, but he takes his camera

In 2006 or 2007, it wasn’t the flag, it was a smiley face

He thinks that guy was the only one who did it

The rock section is part of the personal section on his website. He’s an educational consultant.

He found a tree in IL with cups on it

Talked to people on the phone about it because they saw the website and thought he was an expert

Met somebody in 2006 about it

It’s almost exactly between 70 and 72

The rock jetties weren’t there before the 1962 storm. He always wondered why it was laying there.

The original painter lost his wife, so some of his paintings were memorials of her (Millie).

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