Quick responses and always responsive to design changes. Open minded and was easy to communicate with. Eager and great attitude while working with us. Would recommend!
Basically nailed the design from the initial entry. Very in tune with what I was trying to explain and turning that into a logo.
- *Skill Unlimited*
Skill Unlimited was responsive and delivered high quality work quickly (this is the third project we've done with them in the last ~month)
How martinezmasonry started their logo & brand identity pack journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
Cabin and RV Park
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
The little Wooten park is a picturesque place, beautiful and rich with various fruit trees and fresh water flowing from the springs . We have refurbished the cabins here for daily rentals and have instated a RV park for those who would like to come visit the crisp air of the Rocky Mountains. We wish to communicate the beauty and history to everyone who stays here in the Land of Enchantment.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Travel & Hotel
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The train climbed 26 miles and 4,000 feet into the mountains. For the people aboard, spectacular vistas unfolded, accompanied by moments of exhilaration while crossing wooden trestles. The railroad was known as “the cloudclimbing route” because at this high altitude the train often passed through the clouds. Cloud-Climbing Railroad, became well-known not to mention its destination "in the clouds". In addition, at the time of its completion, it was the highest standard-gauge track in the world. The line offered both freight and passenger excursion service, often transporting movie stars and other famous guests 6,000 feet upwards into the grand mountains. 58 wooden bridges were constructed, including one "S" bridge (formed by two reverse curves) at a length of 338 feet.
Old Wooten was the last stop for water, before the Trestle train proceeded up to Cloudcroft. Catherine Yard Haile remembers the train come down in the morning as a passenger train, and it went up at noon as a passenger train, but at night it came down loaded with logs. Wooten said, "They put that pip there, asked me for water there for engine purposes and I told them that they could run the water there for engine purposes but for no other and Mr offered me a dollar and I told him I didn't want his dollar."