The Best By A Dam Site
August 2012 David Skinner 
If you ever head west up Hwy 34 from Loveland, Colorado, on the Canyon Road, you'll wind your way along and repeatedly cross the Big Thompson River to Estes Park, some 7,500 feet above sea level. 

If you wondered what it would be like to fly - then here . . . in this wistful place begins your thrilling journey of escarpments, crooks, crannies and narrows that invite you to soar. The cavalcade of rock walls, first stretch high over head then as quickly compress down to the two lane road upon which you pass. 

As you peer up in awe at this presentation, imagining it painted solely for you, a simple sign juts from the curb. ”Best Dam Store Ahead", and passes quickly. So too, a weir dam in the river passes by.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weir 
Then like so many times before and just as quickly another bend approaches and there before you -- The Dam Store; "Best Store By A Dam Site," the billboard reads. 

From then and from there your idea of standards, quality and self esteem shift into something new and demanding.

Setting Standards For All: 1901 - 1988

As you peer up in awe at this presentation, imagining it painted solely for you, a simple sign 'juts from the curb'. ”Best Dam Store Ahead", and passes quickly. So too, a weir dam in the river passes by. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weir Then like so many times before and just as quickly another bend and there before you -- The Dam Store; "Best Store By A Dam Site," the billboard reads. 
From then and from there your idea of standards, quality and self esteem shift into something new.

Be The Best By a Dam Site?
If you ever head west up Hwy 34 from Loveland, Colorado, on the Canyon Road, you'll wind your way along and repeatedly cross the Big Thompson River to Estes Park, some 7,500 feet above sea level. If you wondered what it would be like to fly - then here . . . in this wistful place begins your thrilling journey of escarpments, crooks, crannies and narrows that invite you. The cavalcade of soaring rock walls, first stretch high above then as quickly compress you to the two lane road upon which you pass.
As you peer up in awe at this presentation, imagining it painted solely for you, a simple sign 'juts from the curb'. ”Best Dam Store Ahead", and passes quickly. So too, a weir dam in the river passes by. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weir Then like so many times before and just as quickly another bend and there before you -- The Dam Store; "Best Store By A Dam Site," the billboard reads.
From then and from there your idea of standards, quality and self esteem shift into something new.
Setting Standards For All 1901 -1988
Back in the early twentieth century when pickles were bought from a barrel and flour by the bag, standards of weights and measures were set by the NBS, National Bureau of Standards. Their stated purpose was to:
"Promote U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness by advancing measurement science, standards and technology in ways that enhance economic security and improve our quality of life"
Of course those days are gone, replaced by pickles in a jar and cake mix in a box. Even the agency's name was changed in 1988 to the NIST, the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
By What Measure Do You Set Your Standard?
The Dam Store opened in 1969. It has a unique approach to setting its standard. A standard set not by regulation, competition or technology, but by the force of nature. The remote location on Hwy 34 predetermines their mission, their motto and their might. Whatever they choose to sell at the Dam Store, "needs to be righteous and better well sold"! Since their beginning 43 years ago, it has remained so! There's even a "Best Dam Store ecommerce site." How can you improve on that? http://www.bestdamstore.com
Are You Selling by the Seat of Your Pants or the Site of a Dam?
The standard by which you measure your performance reflects your self esteem. In the case of the Dam Store, on Hwy 34, their standard of quality is must be higher than anyone elses'. Not because a Wal-Mart, Target or other Box Store is moving close by, but because they chose to be located next to a dam site. Could there be any greater measure than that?
So take hold of the standard and make it yours. Whether you are a near a dam site, a strip mall or a corner street cart, you have only one best choice. You are either "the best by a damn site" or "just something else."
;-DS

Be The Best By a Dam Site?
If you ever head west up Hwy 34 from Loveland, Colorado, on the Canyon Road, you'll wind your way along and repeatedly cross the Big Thompson River to Estes Park, some 7,500 feet above sea level. If you wondered what it would be like to fly - then here . . . in this wistful place begins your thrilling journey of escarpments, crooks, crannies and narrows that invite you. The cavalcade of soaring rock walls, first stretch high above then as quickly compress you to the two lane road upon which you pass.
As you peer up in awe at this presentation, imagining it painted solely for you, a simple sign 'juts from the curb'. ”Best Dam Store Ahead", and passes quickly. So too, a weir dam in the river passes by. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weir Then like so many times before and just as quickly another bend and there before you -- The Dam Store; "Best Store By A Dam Site," the billboard reads.
From then and from there your idea of standards, quality and self esteem shift into something new.
Setting Standards For All 1901 -1988
Back in the early twentieth century when pickles were bought from a barrel and flour by the bag, standards of weights and measures were set by the NBS, National Bureau of Standards. Their stated purpose was to:
"Promote U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness by advancing measurement science, standards and technology in ways that enhance economic security and improve our quality of life"
Of course those days are gone, replaced by pickles in a jar and cake mix in a box. Even the agency's name was changed in 1988 to the NIST, the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
By What Measure Do You Set Your Standard?
The Dam Store opened in 1969. It has a unique approach to setting its standard. A standard set not by regulation, competition or technology, but by the force of nature. The remote location on Hwy 34 predetermines their mission, their motto and their might. Whatever they choose to sell at the Dam Store, "needs to be righteous and better well sold"! Since their beginning 43 years ago, it has remained so! There's even a "Best Dam Store ecommerce site." How can you improve on that? http://www.bestdamstore.com
Are You Selling by the Seat of Your Pants or the Site of a Dam?
The standard by which you measure your performance reflects your self esteem. In the case of the Dam Store, on Hwy 34, their standard of quality is must be higher than anyone elses'. Not because a Wal-Mart, Target or other Box Store is moving close by, but because they chose to be located next to a dam site. Could there be any greater measure than that?
So take hold of the standard and make it yours. Whether you are a near a dam site, a strip mall or a corner street cart, you have only one best choice. You are either "the best by a damn site" or "just something else."
;-DS

Be The Best By a Dam Site?
If you ever head west up Hwy 34 from Loveland, Colorado, on the Canyon Road, you'll wind your way along and repeatedly cross the Big Thompson River to Estes Park, some 7,500 feet above sea level. If you wondered what it would be like to fly - then here . . . in this wistful place begins your thrilling journey of escarpments, crooks, crannies and narrows that invite you. The cavalcade of soaring rock walls, first stretch high above then as quickly compress you to the two lane road upon which you pass. 
As you peer up in awe at this presentation, imagining it painted solely for you, a simple sign 'juts from the curb'. ”Best Dam Store Ahead", and passes quickly. So too, a weir dam in the river passes by. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weir Then like so many times before and just as quickly another bend and there before you -- The Dam Store; "Best Store By A Dam Site," the billboard reads. 
From then and from there your idea of standards, quality and self esteem shift into something new.
Setting Standards For All 1901 -1988
Back in the early twentieth century when pickles were bought from a barrel and flour by the bag, standards of weights and measures were set by the NBS, National Bureau of Standards. Their stated purpose was to: 
"Promote U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness by advancing measurement science, standards and technology in ways that enhance economic security and improve our quality of life" 
Of course those days are gone, replaced by pickles in a jar and cake mix in a box.  Even the agency's name was changed in 1988 to the NIST, the National Institute of Standards and Technology. 
By What Measure Do You Set Your Standard?
The Dam Store opened in 1969. It has a unique approach to setting its standard. A standard set not by regulation, competition or technology, but by the force of nature. The remote location on Hwy 34 predetermines  their mission, their motto and their might. Whatever they choose to sell at the Dam Store, "needs to be righteous and better well sold"! Since their beginning 43 years ago, it has remained so! There's even a "Best Dam Store ecommerce site." How can you improve on that? http://www.bestdamstore.com
Are You Selling by the Seat of Your Pants or the Site of a Dam?
The standard by which you measure your performance reflects your self esteem. In the case of the Dam Store, on Hwy 34, their standard of quality is must be higher than anyone elses'. Not because a Wal-Mart, Target or other Box Store is moving close by, but because they chose to be located next to a dam site. Could there be any greater measure  than that?
So take hold of the standard and make it yours. Whether you are a near a dam site, a strip mall or a corner street cart, you have only one best choice. You are either "the best by a damn site" or "just something else." 
;-DS
Be The Best By a Dam Site?
If you ever head west up Hwy 34 from Loveland, Colorado, on the Canyon Road, you'll wind your way along and repeatedly cross the Big Thompson River to Estes Park, some 7,500 feet above sea level. If you wondered what it would be like to fly - then here . . . in this wistful place begins your thrilling journey of escarpments, crooks, crannies and narrows that invite you. The cavalcade of soaring rock walls, first stretch high above then as quickly compress you to the two lane road upon which you pass. 
As you peer up in awe at this presentation, imagining it painted solely for you, a simple sign 'juts from the curb'. ”Best Dam Store Ahead", and passes quickly. So too, a weir dam in the river passes by. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weir Then like so many times before and just as quickly another bend and there before you -- The Dam Store; "Best Store By A Dam Site," the billboard reads. 
From then and from there your idea of standards, quality and self esteem shift into something new.
Setting Standards For All 1901 -1988
Back in the early twentieth century when pickles were bought from a barrel and flour by the bag, standards of weights and measures were set by the NBS, National Bureau of Standards. Their stated purpose was to: 
"Promote U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness by advancing measurement science, standards and technology in ways that enhance economic security and improve our quality of life" 
Of course those days are gone, replaced by pickles in a jar and cake mix in a box.  Even the agency's name was changed in 1988 to the NIST, the National Institute of Standards and Technology. 
By What Measure Do You Set Your Standard?
The Dam Store opened in 1969. It has a unique approach to setting its standard. A standard set not by regulation, competition or technology, but by the force of nature. The remote location on Hwy 34 predetermines  their mission, their motto and their might. Whatever they choose to sell at the Dam Store, "needs to be righteous and better well sold"! Since their beginning 43 years ago, it has remained so! There's even a "Best Dam Store ecommerce site." How can you improve on that? http://www.bestdamstore.com
Are You Selling by the Seat of Your Pants or the Site of a Dam?
The standard by which you measure your performance reflects your self esteem. In the case of the Dam Store, on Hwy 34, their standard of quality is must be higher than anyone elses'. Not because a Wal-Mart, Target or other Box Store is moving close by, but because they chose to be located next to a dam site. Could there be any greater measure  than that?
So take hold of the standard and make it yours. Whether you are a near a dam site, a strip mall or a corner street cart, you have only one best choice. You are either "the best by a damn site" or "just something else." 
;-DS
Be The Best By a Dam Site?
If you ever head west up Hwy 34 from Loveland, Colorado, on the Canyon Road, you'll wind your way along and repeatedly cross the Big Thompson River to Estes Park, some 7,500 feet above sea level. If you wondered what it would be like to fly - then here . . . in this wistful place begins your thrilling journey of escarpments, crooks, crannies and narrows that invite you. The cavalcade of soaring rock walls, first stretch high above then as quickly compress you to the two lane road upon which you pass. 
As you peer up in awe at this presentation, imagining it painted solely for you, a simple sign 'juts from the curb'. ”Best Dam Store Ahead", and passes quickly. So too, a weir dam in the river passes by. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weir Then like so many times before and just as quickly another bend and there before you -- The Dam Store; "Best Store By A Dam Site," the billboard reads. 
From then and from there your idea of standards, quality and self esteem shift into something new.
Setting Standards For All 1901 -1988
Back in the early twentieth century when pickles were bought from a barrel and flour by the bag, standards of weights and measures were set by the NBS, National Bureau of Standards. Their stated purpose was to: 
"Promote U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness by advancing measurement science, standards and technology in ways that enhance economic security and improve our quality of life" 
Of course those days are gone, replaced by pickles in a jar and cake mix in a box.  Even the agency's name was changed in 1988 to the NIST, the National Institute of Standards and Technology. 
By What Measure Do You Set Your Standard?
The Dam Store opened in 1969. It has a unique approach to setting its standard. A standard set not by regulation, competition or technology, but by the force of nature. The remote location on Hwy 34 predetermines  their mission, their motto and their might. Whatever they choose to sell at the Dam Store, "needs to be righteous and better well sold"! Since their beginning 43 years ago, it has remained so! There's even a "Best Dam Store ecommerce site." How can you improve on that? http://www.bestdamstore.com
Are You Selling by the Seat of Your Pants or the Site of a Dam?
The standard by which you measure your performance reflects your self esteem. In the case of the Dam Store, on Hwy 34, their standard of quality is must be higher than anyone elses'. Not because a Wal-Mart, Target or other Box Store is moving close by, but because they chose to be located next to a dam site. Could there be any greater measure  than that?
So take hold of the standard and make it yours. Whether you are a near a dam site, a strip mall or a corner street cart, you have only one best choice. You are either "the best by a damn site" or "just something else." 
;-DS
Be The Best By a Dam Site?
If you ever head west up Hwy 34 from Loveland, Colorado, on the Canyon Road, you'll wind your way along and repeatedly cross the Big Thompson River to Estes Park, some 7,500 feet above sea level. If you wondered what it would be like to fly - then here . . . in this wistful place begins your thrilling journey of escarpments, crooks, crannies and narrows that invite you. The cavalcade of soaring rock walls, first stretch high above then as quickly compress you to the two lane road upon which you pass. 
As you peer up in awe at this presentation, imagining it painted solely for you, a simple sign 'juts from the curb'. ”Best Dam Store Ahead", and passes quickly. So too, a weir dam in the river passes by. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weir Then like so many times before and just as quickly another bend and there before you -- The Dam Store; "Best Store By A Dam Site," the billboard reads. 
From then and from there your idea of standards, quality and self esteem shift into something new.
Setting Standards For All 1901 -1988
Back in the early twentieth century when pickles were bought from a barrel and flour by the bag, standards of weights and measures were set by the NBS, National Bureau of Standards. Their stated purpose was to: 
"Promote U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness by advancing measurement science, standards and technology in ways that enhance economic security and improve our quality of life" 
Of course those days are gone, replaced by pickles in a jar and cake mix in a box.  Even the agency's name was changed in 1988 to the NIST, the National Institute of Standards and Technology. 
By What Measure Do You Set Your Standard?
The Dam Store opened in 1969. It has a unique approach to setting its standard. A standard set not by regulation, competition or technology, but by the force of nature. The remote location on Hwy 34 predetermines  their mission, their motto and their might. Whatever they choose to sell at the Dam Store, "needs to be righteous and better well sold"! Since their beginning 43 years ago, it has remained so! There's even a "Best Dam Store ecommerce site." How can you improve on that? http://www.bestdamstore.com
Are You Selling by the Seat of Your Pants or the Site of a Dam?
The standard by which you measure your performance reflects your self esteem. In the case of the Dam Store, on Hwy 34, their standard of quality is must be higher than anyone elses'. Not because a Wal-Mart, Target or other Box Store is moving close by, but because they chose to be located next to a dam site. Could there be any greater measure  than that?
So take hold of the standard and make it yours. Whether you are a near a dam site, a strip mall or a corner street cart, you have only one best choice. You are either "the best by a damn site" or "just something else." 
;-DS
Be The Best By a Dam Site?
If you ever head west up Hwy 34 from Loveland, Colorado, on the Canyon Road, you'll wind your way along and repeatedly cross the Big Thompson River to Estes Park, some 7,500 feet above sea level. If you wondered what it would be like to fly - then here . . . in this wistful place begins your thrilling journey of escarpments, crooks, crannies and narrows that invite you. The cavalcade of soaring rock walls, first stretch high above then as quickly compress you to the two lane road upon which you pass. 
As you peer up in awe at this presentation, imagining it painted solely for you, a simple sign 'juts from the curb'. ”Best Dam Store Ahead", and passes quickly. So too, a weir dam in the river passes by. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weir Then like so many times before and just as quickly another bend and there before you -- The Dam Store; "Best Store By A Dam Site," the billboard reads. 
From then and from there your idea of standards, quality and self esteem shift into something new.
Setting Standards For All 1901 -1988
Back in the early twentieth century when pickles were bought from a barrel and flour by the bag, standards of weights and measures were set by the NBS, National Bureau of Standards. Their stated purpose was to: 
"Promote U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness by advancing measurement science, standards and technology in ways that enhance economic security and improve our quality of life" 
Of course those days are gone, replaced by pickles in a jar and cake mix in a box.  Even the agency's name was changed in 1988 to the NIST, the National Institute of Standards and Technology. 
By What Measure Do You Set Your Standard?
The Dam Store opened in 1969. It has a unique approach to setting its standard. A standard set not by regulation, competition or technology, but by the force of nature. The remote location on Hwy 34 predetermines  their mission, their motto and their might. Whatever they choose to sell at the Dam Store, "needs to be righteous and better well sold"! Since their beginning 43 years ago, it has remained so! There's even a "Best Dam Store ecommerce site." How can you improve on that? http://www.bestdamstore.com
Are You Selling by the Seat of Your Pants or the Site of a Dam?
The standard by which you measure your performance reflects your self esteem. In the case of the Dam Store, on Hwy 34, their standard of quality is must be higher than anyone elses'. Not because a Wal-Mart, Target or other Box Store is moving close by, but because they chose to be located next to a dam site. Could there be any greater measure  than that?
So take hold of the standard and make it yours. Whether you are a near a dam site, a strip mall or a corner street cart, you have only one best choice. You are either "the best by a damn site" or "just something else." 
;-DS
Be The Best By a Dam Site?
If you ever head west up Hwy 34 from Loveland, Colorado, on the Canyon Road, you'll wind your way along and repeatedly cross the Big Thompson River to Estes Park, some 7,500 feet above sea level. If you wondered what it would be like to fly - then here . . . in this wistful place begins your thrilling journey of escarpments, crooks, crannies and narrows that invite you. The cavalcade of soaring rock walls, first stretch high above then as quickly compress you to the two lane road upon which you pass. 
As you peer up in awe at this presentation, imagining it painted solely for you, a simple sign 'juts from the curb'. ”Best Dam Store Ahead", and passes quickly. So too, a weir dam in the river passes by. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weir Then like so many times before and just as quickly another bend and there before you -- The Dam Store; "Best Store By A Dam Site," the billboard reads. 
From then and from there your idea of standards, quality and self esteem shift into something new.
Setting Standards For All 1901 -1988
Back in the early twentieth century when pickles were bought from a barrel and flour by the bag, standards of weights and measures were set by the NBS, National Bureau of Standards. Their stated purpose was to: 
"Promote U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness by advancing measurement science, standards and technology in ways that enhance economic security and improve our quality of life" 
Of course those days are gone, replaced by pickles in a jar and cake mix in a box.  Even the agency's name was changed in 1988 to the NIST, the National Institute of Standards and Technology. 
By What Measure Do You Set Your Standard?
The Dam Store opened in 1969. It has a unique approach to setting its standard. A standard set not by regulation, competition or technology, but by the force of nature. The remote location on Hwy 34 predetermines  their mission, their motto and their might. Whatever they choose to sell at the Dam Store, "needs to be righteous and better well sold"! Since their beginning 43 years ago, it has remained so! There's even a "Best Dam Store ecommerce site." How can you improve on that? http://www.bestdamstore.com
Are You Selling by the Seat of Your Pants or the Site of a Dam?
The standard by which you measure your performance reflects your self esteem. In the case of the Dam Store, on Hwy 34, their standard of quality is must be higher than anyone elses'. Not because a Wal-Mart, Target or other Box Store is moving close by, but because they chose to be located next to a dam site. Could there be any greater measure  than that?
So take hold of the standard and make it yours. Whether you are a near a dam site, a strip mall or a corner street cart, you have only one best choice. You are either "the best by a damn site" or "just something else." 
;-DS
Be The Best By a Dam Site?
If you ever head west up Hwy 34 from Loveland, Colorado, on the Canyon Road, you'll wind your way along and repeatedly cross the Big Thompson River to Estes Park, some 7,500 feet above sea level. If you wondered what it would be like to fly - then here . . . in this wistful place begins your thrilling journey of escarpments, crooks, crannies and narrows that invite you. The cavalcade of soaring rock walls, first stretch high above then as quickly compress you to the two lane road upon which you pass. 
As you peer up in awe at this presentation, imagining it painted solely for you, a simple sign 'juts from the curb'. ”Best Dam Store Ahead", and passes quickly. So too, a weir dam in the river passes by. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weir Then like so many times before and just as quickly another bend and there before you -- The Dam Store; "Best Store By A Dam Site," the billboard reads. 
From then and from there your idea of standards, quality and self esteem shift into something new.
Setting Standards For All 1901 -1988
Back in the early twentieth century when pickles were bought from a barrel and flour by the bag, standards of weights and measures were set by the NBS, National Bureau of Standards. Their stated purpose was to: 
"Promote U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness by advancing measurement science, standards and technology in ways that enhance economic security and improve our quality of life" 
Of course those days are gone, replaced by pickles in a jar and cake mix in a box.  Even the agency's name was changed in 1988 to the NIST, the National Institute of Standards and Technology. 
By What Measure Do You Set Your Standard?
The Dam Store opened in 1969. It has a unique approach to setting its standard. A standard set not by regulation, competition or technology, but by the force of nature. The remote location on Hwy 34 predetermines  their mission, their motto and their might. Whatever they choose to sell at the Dam Store, "needs to be righteous and better well sold"! Since their beginning 43 years ago, it has remained so! There's even a "Best Dam Store ecommerce site." How can you improve on that? http://www.bestdamstore.com
Are You Selling by the Seat of Your Pants or the Site of a Dam?
The standard by which you measure your performance reflects your self esteem. In the case of the Dam Store, on Hwy 34, their standard of quality is must be higher than anyone elses'. Not because a Wal-Mart, Target or other Box Store is moving close by, but because they chose to be located next to a dam site. Could there be any greater measure  than that?
So take hold of the standard and make it yours. Whether you are a near a dam site, a strip mall or a corner street cart, you have only one best choice. You are either "the best by a damn site" or "just something else." 
;-DS
Be The Best By a Dam Site?
If you ever head west up Hwy 34 from Loveland, Colorado, on the Canyon Road, you'll wind your way along and repeatedly cross the Big Thompson River to Estes Park, some 7,500 feet above sea level. If you wondered what it would be like to fly - then here . . . in this wistful place begins your thrilling journey of escarpments, crooks, crannies and narrows that invite you. The cavalcade of soaring rock walls, first stretch high above then as quickly compress you to the two lane road upon which you pass. 
As you peer up in awe at this presentation, imagining it painted solely for you, a simple sign 'juts from the curb'. ”Best Dam Store Ahead", and passes quickly. So too, a weir dam in the river passes by. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weir Then like so many times before and just as quickly another bend and there before you -- The Dam Store; "Best Store By A Dam Site," the billboard reads. 
From then and from there your idea of standards, quality and self esteem shift into something new.
Setting Standards For All 1901 -1988
Back in the early twentieth century when pickles were bought from a barrel and flour by the bag, standards of weights and measures were set by the NBS, National Bureau of Standards. Their stated purpose was to: 
"Promote U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness by advancing measurement science, standards and technology in ways that enhance economic security and improve our quality of life" 
Of course those days are gone, replaced by pickles in a jar and cake mix in a box.  Even the agency's name was changed in 1988 to the NIST, the National Institute of Standards and Technology. 
By What Measure Do You Set Your Standard?
The Dam Store opened in 1969. It has a unique approach to setting its standard. A standard set not by regulation, competition or technology, but by the force of nature. The remote location on Hwy 34 predetermines  their mission, their motto and their might. Whatever they choose to sell at the Dam Store, "needs to be righteous and better well sold"! Since their beginning 43 years ago, it has remained so! There's even a "Best Dam Store ecommerce site." How can you improve on that? http://www.bestdamstore.com
Are You Selling by the Seat of Your Pants or the Site of a Dam?
The standard by which you measure your performance reflects your self esteem. In the case of the Dam Store, on Hwy 34, their standard of quality is must be higher than anyone elses'. Not because a Wal-Mart, Target or other Box Store is moving close by, but because they chose to be located next to a dam site. Could there be any greater measure  than that?
So take hold of the standard and make it yours. Whether you are a near a dam site, a strip mall or a corner street cart, you have only one best choice. You are either "the best by a damn site" or "just something else." 
;-DS
Be The Best By a Dam Site?
If you ever head west up Hwy 34 from Loveland, Colorado, on the Canyon Road, you'll wind your way along and repeatedly cross the Big Thompson River to Estes Park, some 7,500 feet above sea level. If you wondered what it would be like to fly - then here . . . in this wistful place begins your thrilling journey of escarpments, crooks, crannies and narrows that invite you. The cavalcade of soaring rock walls, first stretch high above then as quickly compress you to the two lane road upon which you pass. 
As you peer up in awe at this presentation, imagining it painted solely for you, a simple sign 'juts from the curb'. ”Best Dam Store Ahead", and passes quickly. So too, a weir dam in the river passes by. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weir Then like so many times before and just as quickly another bend and there before you -- The Dam Store; "Best Store By A Dam Site," the billboard reads. 
From then and from there your idea of standards, quality and self esteem shift into something new.
Setting Standards For All 1901 -1988
Back in the early twentieth century when pickles were bought from a barrel and flour by the bag, standards of weights and measures were set by the NBS, National Bureau of Standards. Their stated purpose was to: 
"Promote U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness by advancing measurement science, standards and technology in ways that enhance economic security and improve our quality of life" 
Of course those days are gone, replaced by pickles in a jar and cake mix in a box.  Even the agency's name was changed in 1988 to the NIST, the National Institute of Standards and Technology. 
By What Measure Do You Set Your Standard?
The Dam Store opened in 1969. It has a unique approach to setting its standard. A standard set not by regulation, competition or technology, but by the force of nature. The remote location on Hwy 34 predetermines  their mission, their motto and their might. Whatever they choose to sell at the Dam Store, "needs to be righteous and better well sold"! Since their beginning 43 years ago, it has remained so! There's even a "Best Dam Store ecommerce site." How can you improve on that? http://www.bestdamstore.com
Are You Selling by the Seat of Your Pants or the Site of a Dam?
The standard by which you measure your performance reflects your self esteem. In the case of the Dam Store, on Hwy 34, their standard of quality is must be higher than anyone elses'. Not because a Wal-Mart, Target or other Box Store is moving close by, but because they chose to be located next to a dam site. Could there be any greater measure  than that?
So take hold of the standard and make it yours. Whether you are a near a dam site, a strip mall or a corner street cart, you have only one best choice. You are either "the best by a damn site" or "just something else." 
;-DS
Be The Best By a Dam Site?
If you ever head west up Hwy 34 from Loveland, Colorado, on the Canyon Road, you'll wind your way along and repeatedly cross the Big Thompson River to Estes Park, some 7,500 feet above sea level. If you wondered what it would be like to fly - then here . . . in this wistful place begins your thrilling journey of escarpments, crooks, crannies and narrows that invite you. The cavalcade of soaring rock walls, first stretch high above then as quickly compress you to the two lane road upon which you pass. 
As you peer up in awe at this presentation, imagining it painted solely for you, a simple sign 'juts from the curb'. ”Best Dam Store Ahead", and passes quickly. So too, a weir dam in the river passes by. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weir Then like so many times before and just as quickly another bend and there before you -- The Dam Store; "Best Store By A Dam Site," the billboard reads. 
From then and from there your idea of standards, quality and self esteem shift into something new.
Setting Standards For All 1901 -1988
Back in the early twentieth century when pickles were bought from a barrel and flour by the bag, standards of weights and measures were set by the NBS, National Bureau of Standards. Their stated purpose was to: 
"Promote U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness by advancing measurement science, standards and technology in ways that enhance economic security and improve our quality of life" 
Of course those days are gone, replaced by pickles in a jar and cake mix in a box.  Even the agency's name was changed in 1988 to the NIST, the National Institute of Standards and Technology. 
By What Measure Do You Set Your Standard?
The Dam Store opened in 1969. It has a unique approach to setting its standard. A standard set not by regulation, competition or technology, but by the force of nature. The remote location on Hwy 34 predetermines  their mission, their motto and their might. Whatever they choose to sell at the Dam Store, "needs to be righteous and better well sold"! Since their beginning 43 years ago, it has remained so! There's even a "Best Dam Store ecommerce site." How can you improve on that? http://www.bestdamstore.com
Are You Selling by the Seat of Your Pants or the Site of a Dam?
The standard by which you measure your performance reflects your self esteem. In the case of the Dam Store, on Hwy 34, their standard of quality is must be higher than anyone elses'. Not because a Wal-Mart, Target or other Box Store is moving close by, but because they chose to be located next to a dam site. Could there be any greater measure  than that?
So take hold of the standard and make it yours. Whether you are a near a dam site, a strip mall or a corner street cart, you have only one best choice. You are either "the best by a damn site" or "just something else." 
;-DS
Be The Best By a Dam Site?
If you ever head west up Hwy 34 from Loveland, Colorado, on the Canyon Road, you'll wind your way along and repeatedly cross the Big Thompson River to Estes Park, some 7,500 feet above sea level. If you wondered what it would be like to fly - then here . . . in this wistful place begins your thrilling journey of escarpments, crooks, crannies and narrows that invite you. The cavalcade of soaring rock walls, first stretch high above then as quickly compress you to the two lane road upon which you pass. 
As you peer up in awe at this presentation, imagining it painted solely for you, a simple sign 'juts from the curb'. ”Best Dam Store Ahead", and passes quickly. So too, a weir dam in the river passes by. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weir Then like so many times before and just as quickly another bend and there before you -- The Dam Store; "Best Store By A Dam Site," the billboard reads. 
From then and from there your idea of standards, quality and self esteem shift into something new.
Setting Standards For All 1901 -1988
Back in the early twentieth century when pickles were bought from a barrel and flour by the bag, standards of weights and measures were set by the NBS, National Bureau of Standards. Their stated purpose was to: 
"Promote U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness by advancing measurement science, standards and technology in ways that enhance economic security and improve our quality of life" 
Of course those days are gone, replaced by pickles in a jar and cake mix in a box.  Even the agency's name was changed in 1988 to the NIST, the National Institute of Standards and Technology. 
By What Measure Do You Set Your Standard?
The Dam Store opened in 1969. It has a unique approach to setting its standard. A standard set not by regulation, competition or technology, but by the force of nature. The remote location on Hwy 34 predetermines  their mission, their motto and their might. Whatever they choose to sell at the Dam Store, "needs to be righteous and better well sold"! Since their beginning 43 years ago, it has remained so! There's even a "Best Dam Store ecommerce site." How can you improve on that? http://www.bestdamstore.com
Are You Selling by the Seat of Your Pants or the Site of a Dam?
The standard by which you measure your performance reflects your self esteem. In the case of the Dam Store, on Hwy 34, their standard of quality is must be higher than anyone elses'. Not because a Wal-Mart, Target or other Box Store is moving close by, but because they chose to be located next to a dam site. Could there be any greater measure  than that?
So take hold of the standard and make it yours. Whether you are a near a dam site, a strip mall or a corner street cart, you have only one best choice. You are either "the best by a damn site" or "just something else." 
;-DS As you peer up in awe at this presentation, imagining it painted solely for you, a simple sign 'juts from the curb'. ”Best Dam Store Ahead", and passes quickly. So too, a weir dam in the river passes by. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weir Then like so many times before and just as quickly another bend and there before you -- The Dam Store; "Best Store By A Dam Site," the billboard reads. From then and from there your idea of standards, quality and self esteem shift into something new.Setting Standards For All 1901 -1988 Back in the early twentieth century when pickles were bought from a barrel and flour by the bag, standards of weights and measures were set by the NBS, National Bureau of Standards. Their stated purpose was to: "Promote U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness by advancing measurement science, standards and technology in ways that enhance economic security and improve our quality of life" 
Of course those days are gone, replaced by pickles in a jar and cake mix in a box.  Even the agency's name was changed in 1988 to the NIST, the National Institute of Standards and Technology. 
By What Measure Do You Set Your Standard?
Back in the early twentieth century when pickles were bought from a barrel and flour by the bag, standards of weights and measures were set by the NBS, National Bureau of Standards. Their stated purpose was to: 
"Promote U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness by advancing measurement science, standards and technology in ways that enhance economic security and improve our quality of life" 
Of course those days are gone, replaced by pickles in a jar and cake mix in a box.  Even the agency's name was changed in 1988 to the NIST, the National Institute of Standards and Technology. 
Of course those days are gone, replaced by pickles in a jar and cake mix in a box.  Even the agency's name was changed in 1988 to the NIST, the National Institute of Standards and Technology. 
By What Measure Do You Set Your Standard?

By What Measure Do You Set Your Standard? 

The Dam Store has been family owned and operated since 1969. It has a unique approach to business. Their standard is set not by regulation, competition or technology, but by the force of nature. Their remote location on Hwy 34 predetermines their mission, their motto and their might. Whatever they choose to sell at the Dam Store, "needs to be righteous and better well sold"! Since their beginning 43 years ago, it has remained so! There's even a "Best Dam Store ecommerce site." How can you improve on that? http://www.bestdamstore.com 

Are You Selling by the Seat of Your Pants or the Site of a Dam? 

The standard by which you measure your performance will reflect your self esteem. In the case of the Dam Store, on Hwy 34, their standard of quality must be set high. Not because they are threatened by a Wal-Mart, Target or other Box Store, but because they chose to be located next to a dam site. Could there be any greater measure or challenge than that? So take hold of this grand standard and too - make it yours. Whether you are near a dam site, a strip mall or a corner street cart, you have only one best choice to make. You are either "the best by a damn site" or "just something less."
So take hold of the standard and make it yours. Whether you are a near a dam site, a strip mall or a corner street cart, you have only one best choice. You are either "the best by a damn site" or "just something else." 
;-DS
So take hold of the standard and make it yours. Whether you are a near a dam site, a strip mall or a corner street cart, you have only one best choice. You are either "the best by a damn site" or "just something else." 
;-DS
Of course those days are gone, replaced by pickles in a jar and cake mix in a box.  Even the agency's name was changed in 1988 to the NIST, the National Institute of Standards and Technology. 
By What Measure Do You Set Your Standard?
Of course those days are gone, replaced by pickles in a jar and cake mix in a box.  Even the agency's name was changed in 1988 to the NIST, the National Institute of Standards and Technology. 
By What Measure Do You Set Your Standard?
Of course those days are gone, replaced by pickles in a jar and cake mix in a box.  Even the agency's name was changed in 1988 to the NIST, the National Institute of Standards and Technology. 
By What Measure Do You Set Your Standard?
Their stated purpose was to: 
"Promote U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness by advancing measurement science, standards and 
Their stated purpose was to: 
"Promote U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness by advancing measurement science, standards and 
Their stated purpose was to: 
"Promote U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness by advancing measurement science, standards and 
Their stated purpose was to: 
"Promote U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness by advancing measurement science, standards and 
Their stated purpose was to: 
"Promote U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness by advancing measurement science, standards and technology in ways that enhance economic security and improve our quality of life"
Their stated purpose was to: 
"Promote U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness by advancing measurement science, standards and technology in ways that enhance economic security and improve our quality of life"
Back in the early twentieth century when pickles were bought from a barrel and flour by the bag, standards of weights and measures were set by the NBS, National Bureau of Standards. Their stated purpose was to: 
"Promote U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness by advancing measurement science, standards and technology in ways that enhance economic security and improve our quality of life" 
Back in the early twentieth century when pickles were bought from a barrel and flour by the bag, standards of weights and measures were set by the NBS, National Bureau of Standards. Their stated purpose was to: 
"Promote U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness by advancing measurement science, standards and technology in ways that enhance economic security and improve our quality of life" 
Back in the early twentieth century when pickles were bought from a barrel and flour by the bag, standards of weights and measures were set by the NBS, National Bureau of Standards. Their stated purpose was to: 
"Promote U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness by advancing measurement science, standards and technology in ways that enhance economic security and improve our quality of life" 
Back in the early twentieth century when pickles were bought from a barrel and flour by the bag, standards of weights and measures were set by the NBS, National Bureau of Standards. Their stated purpose was to: 
"Promote U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness by advancing measurement science, standards and technology in ways that enhance economic security and improve our quality of life" 
Back in the early twentieth century when pickles were bought from a barrel and flour by the bag, standards of weights and measures were set by the NBS, National Bureau of Standards. Their stated purpose was to: 
"Promote U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness by advancing measurement science, standards and technology in ways that enhance economic security and improve our quality of life" 
Back in the early twentieth century when pickles were bought from a barrel and flour by the bag, standards of weights and measures were set by the NBS, National Bureau of Standards. Their stated purpose was to: 
"Promote U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness by advancing measurement science, standards and technology in ways that enhance economic security and improve our quality of life" 
Back in the early twentieth century when pickles were bought from a barrel and flour by the bag, standards of weights and measures were set by the NBS, National Bureau of Standards. Their stated purpose was to: 
"Promote U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness by advancing measurement science, standards and technology in ways that enhance economic security and improve our quality of life"
Back in the early twentieth century when pickles were bought from a barrel and flour by the bag, standards of weights and measures were set by the NBS, National Bureau of Standards. Their stated purpose was to: 
"Promote U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness by advancing measurement science, standards and technology in ways that enhance economic security and improve our quality of life"

Back in the early twentieth century when pickles were bought from a barrel and flour by the bag, standards of weights and measures were set by the NBS, National Bureau of Standards. Their stated purpose was to: 
"Promote U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness by advancing measurement science, standards and technology in ways that enhance economic security and improve our quality of life"
Back in the early twentieth century when pickles were bought from a barrel and flour by the bag, standards of weights and measures were set by the NBS, National Bureau of Standards. Their stated purpose was to: 
"Promote U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness by advancing measurement science, standards and technology in ways that enhance economic security and improve our quality of life"
From then and from there your idea of standards, quality and self esteem shift into something new.
Setting Standards For All 1901 -1988
Back in the early twentieth century when pickles were bought from a barrel and flour by the bag, standards of weights and measures were set by the NBS, National Bureau of Standards. Their stated purpose was to: 
"Promote U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness by advancing measurement science, standards and technology in ways that enhance economic security and improve our quality of life" 
Of course those days are gone, replaced by pickles in a jar and cake mix in a box.  Even the agency's name was changed in 1988 to the NIST, the National Institute of Standards and Technology. 
By What Measure Do You Set Your Standard?
From then and from there your idea of standards, quality and self esteem shift into something new.
Setting Standards For All 1901 -1988
Back in the early twentieth century when pickles were bought from a barrel and flour by the bag, standards of weights and measures were set by the NBS, National Bureau of Standards. Their stated purpose was to: 
"Promote U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness by advancing measurement science, standards and technology in ways that enhance economic security and improve our quality of life" 
Of course those days are gone, replaced by pickles in a jar and cake mix in a box.  Even the agency's name was changed in 1988 to the NIST, the National Institute of Standards and Technology. 
By What Measure Do You Set Your Standard?

From then and from there your idea of standards, quality and self esteem shift into something new.
Setting Standards For All 1901 -1988
Back in the early twentieth century when pickles were bought from a barrel and flour by the bag, standards of weights and measures were set by the NBS, National Bureau of Standards. Their stated purpose was to: 
"Promote U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness by advancing measurement science, standards and technology in ways that enhance economic security and improve our quality of life" 
Of course those days are gone, replaced by pickles in a jar and cake mix in a box.  Even the agency's name was changed in 1988 to the NIST, the National Institute of Standards and Technology. 
By What Measure Do You Set Your Standard?
As you peer up in awe at this presentation, imagining it painted solely for you, a simple sign 'juts from the curb'. ”Best Dam Store Ahead", and passes quickly. So too, a weir dam in the river passes by. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weir Then like so many times before and just as quickly another bend and there before you -- The Dam Store; "Best Store By A Dam Site," the billboard reads. 
From then and from there your idea of standards, quality and self esteem shift into something new.
As you peer up in awe at this presentation, imagining it painted solely for you, a simple sign 'juts from the curb'. ”Best Dam Store Ahead", and passes quickly. So too, a weir dam in the river passes by. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weir Then like so many times before and just as quickly another bend and there before you -- The Dam Store; "Best Store By A Dam Site," the billboard reads. 
From then and from there your idea of standards, quality and self esteem shift into something new.