Wolfe Tattoo Company!
Wolfe Tattoo Company, owned/operated by Lyne Wolfe, tattoo artist. They have several high quality tattoo artists and piercers.
WOLFE TATTOO Company is located at 307 N. Santa Fe Ave., Pueblo, Colorado. Our phone number is 719 583-1INK(1465). We are NOW OPEN! Our SUMMER HOURS are... Tue - Thurs 12:00pm - 7:00pm, Fri & Sat 12:00pm - 9:00pm, other times also availible upon request. We have extremely talented Tattoo Artists to help you design your perfect Tattoo! ** OUR ARTISTS - Lynette Wolfe, Rafael Ayala and Gaspar "Ghost" Serrato ** OUR PIERCER - "Skipper" (female piercer!!!) *****NOW OPEN The DOWNTOWN GALLERY***** Fine art, paintings, potery and sculptures. GALLERY SHOW - Local Artists- Maranda Davie, Sophie Fernandez, Jesse Lucero, April Vickey and more...The art is unique and the prices are right. TATTOO Potery, TATTOOed Pinups and much more! Come Check us out! Check out our web site - www.wolfetattoo.com
RJ1967's new Pueblo Page
"Welcome to my city"
Pueblo, Colorado is my new hometown. It's in the southern part of the state, about 120mi/200km south of Denver. Summer time temperatures are between 95-105F/35-40C. Pueblo is an ordinary middle American town. We don't have an Empire State Building or a Golden Gate Bridge, but we do have a new River Walk area, a shopping mall, a few hotels and many restaurants, two colleges and we hold a really big Hot Rod Show in the summer. We are also home to the Colorado State Fair - held the last two weeks in August every year
Based on the comments and emails I have recieved regarding this page I felt compelled to write a few comments from a locals point of view. This is a city of 100.000 ppl, most of whom are pensioners. There are 2 colleges here with a total of about 6.000 students. The economy here isn't very good. Jobs are hard to come by and good jobs are even harder to come by. Most people I know have two jobs and sometimes three just to make ends meet. Many of the students I go to school with have plans to move away when they are finished with school. There are 2 major cities nearby where the economy is better and it is easier to find good jobs.
While this city does have some difficulties, not everything is bad. There's no traffic, no pollution, and the drivers are friendly to pedestrians and bicyclists. The cost of living is very low compared to the bigger cities in the state. The crime rate is low. I see no reason why someone wouldn't be safe walking down Union St or the riverwalk after dark.