Lake Mudge Chronicle ~ Spring Issue!

        The latest edition of the Lake Mudge Chronicle ~ Spring Issue! is now available in the archive. Or, you can go there directly by clicking on this link;

         Also, I’ve added some new pages. The Animation page, and a Video & Film page. Check them out at your leisure…


About sidestreetsam

Sam Hallmark ~ Graphic Designer ● Conceptual Design ● Animation ● Multi-Media ● Music ● Desert Wind Graphics was established in 1994 as an affordable graphic design solution for a wide range of clients. From conceptual media, storyboards, print collaterals, logo design, multi-media presentations, animation, engineering, technical, marketing , advertising and corporate image packages, Desert Wind Graphics will fulfill your design needs for projects both big and small. With over twenty-five years of design experience I can provide you with access to a unique skill set that will deliver your project on time, within budget and on target! Feel free to contact me with any questions you may have regarding your graphic design needs.
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2 comments on “Lake Mudge Chronicle ~ Spring Issue!

  1. SamMan:
    Nice job on the Spring issue of The Chronicle.
    As a recovering postman, it was a bit dismaying to face the reality of digital distribution. My My front porch mailbox longs for meaningful fulfilment.
    Just the same, I liked your first hand account of A Night on Ghost Mountain.
    The glow of El Centro never looked so majestic !
    And the recognition of the Imperial Valley as the birthplace of exploding cheese bombs (special quesadillas) was worthy. I think I will reserve my table now at Camacho’s.

    • Howdy, Tom! Thanks for the kind words regarding the Spring Isssue of the Mudge. Please excuse my feeble attempts at humor… I didn’t mean to stir up all those readers foolish enough to assume that everything you read in the Lake Mudge Chronicle is the Gospel Truth! Why, we pride ourselves on making sure we sprinkle plenty of fictional elements in every issue! I will always be searching for the mysterious, unknown, ambiguous, odd and strange things we are offered in life. After all, what is the point of all this anyway if you can’t have a little mystery in life? ~sidestreetsam

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