Film crew for TLC show doing feature on Woods
By Barry Halvorson
"She told me she wanted to stay there," Woods told the rolling camera. He explained that while he saw it as a bad investment, she insisted he buy it and fix it up. Able to "afford" to keep peace in the family, Woods finally relented and took on the project, purchasing the motel in 2004 and reopening it on Oct. 30, 2006. Although the renovations continue.
(sigh) Well I hope you get this and I hope all is good with you.
Keep up the good work,
This message is from a pomofyed Pomo.
Below: "Setting up the shot, Tee Pee Motel owners, from left, Barbara and Bryon Woods watch as Field Producer Conor McCarthy and Director of Photography Tom Inskeep check out a camera angle and sound engineer Scott Anderson checks his equipment's levels. The film crew, from Beyond Productions, were filming the Woods and the Tee Pee Motel for an upcoming feature episode of 'How the Lottery Changed My Life,' for the TLC channel." (Staff Photo by Barry Halvorson)