Kermit tx

The residents of Kermit, Texas, painted Kermit the Frog on their most prominent water tower when Kermit came to visit in 2005.

Kermit blvd

A street renamed for the town's favorite frog.

Kermit, Texas is a city, in Winkler County, Texas that was named after Kermit Roosevelt, the second son of President Theodore Roosevelt. Kermit the Frog visited the city on October 14, 2005 as a launching pad for Kermit's World Tour. To commemorate the event, the United States Postal Service produced a pictorial cancellation for the date of Kermit's visit. [1]

References

  1. Taylor, James C. "The Pictorial Cancellations of Texas," The Texas Philatelist 2006, Vol. 54, No. 3, pp 8–12. Web. (Accessed November 28, 2009.)[1]
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