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December 17th, 2020

Apple Statue

The Apple Statue is located in Bayfield in Wisconsin’s Bayfield County. This enormous fiberglass apple is complete with a green leaf on top and sits outside Weber Orchards. The Bayfield area is known for it’s incredible apples and even hosts an Annual Apple Festival celebrating the autumn harvest. The Queen of the Bayfield Apple Festival […]

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December 17th, 2020

Junk Football Player

The Junk Football Player is located 9 miles (14.4km) west of Ashland in Wisconsin’s Bayfield County outside Pagac’s Bar. He is a Green Bay Packer quarterback sculpture made of scrap metal. Instead of a football, he’s tossing a beer keg.

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December 17th, 2020

Statue of Viking Leif Erikson

The Statue of Viking Leif Erikson is located at the entrance of Duluth’s Leif Erikson Park in Minnesota’s St Louis County. It was constructed by sculptor John Karl Daniels in 1956 and stands 13 feet (3.9m) tall. The engraving below the statue reads “Leif Erikson, Discoverer of America, 1000 A.D. Sponsored and erected by the […]

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December 17th, 2020

Large Rooster

The Large Rooster is located outside Weldon’s Gift Shop in Two Harbors in Minnesota’s Lake County. This 8 foot (2.4m) tall fiberglass rooster greets you as you enter the town coming north from Duluth on Highway 61. The bright red, yellow and white rooster is hard to miss and has been perched over the stretch […]

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December 17th, 2020

Native American by Peter Toth

The Native American by Peter Toth is located at the grounds of the R.J. Houle Visitor Center in Two Harbors in Minnesota’s Lake County. It was carved in 1977 by Peter Toth as part of his Whispering Giants theme where he carved one for every state. This is one of two in the series that […]

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December 17th, 2020

Rocky Taconite

Rocky Taconite is located in Silver Bay in Minnesota’s Lake County. He is a jaunty fellow made of thick iron constructed into large spheres with a hammer to make up his head and body. He was erected in 1962 and stands atop a large boulder of taconite. Rocky can be found on Highway 5 welcoming […]

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December 17th, 2020

Old Ish

Old Ish is located Ishpeming in Michigan’s Marquette County. This Native American Statue made of zinc was erected in 1884 and originally stood atop a drinking fountain. The base stands eight feet tall while the statue itself is six feet tall. It had three drinking fountains for humans, dogs and horses to quench their thirst and has since […]

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December 17th, 2020

Da Yoopers Tourist Trap

Da Yoopers Tourist Trap is located in Ishpeming in Michigan’s Marquette County. Outside this gift shop you’ll find many of their innovation displays. “Gravel Gertie” is the largest motorized tricycle possibly in the world. “Big Gus” is the world’s largest working chainsaw measuring an astonishing 22 feet, 11 inches long, 6 feet high and weighing […]

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December 17th, 2020

Snow Stick

This super sized snow stick is located 3 miles (4.8km) north of Mohawk in Michigan’s Keweenaw County. The snow stick is over 30 feet tall on the side of highway 41 and resembles a large thermometer. The record high snowfall for the area was in the winter of 1978-79 reaching an incredible 32.5 feet (9.9m). […]

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December 17th, 2020

Kearsarge Ship of Stones

The Kearsarge Ship of Stones is located in Kearsarge 2 miles north of Calumet in Michigan’s Houghton County. Along Highway 41 sits a stone ship commemorating the U.S.S. Kearsarge. It was built in the 1930s by the WPA and was constructed of left over building materials. The town was named after the ship that was […]

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December 17th, 2020

Nee-Gaw-Nee-Gaw-Bow - Peter Toth Indian

Nee-Gaw-Nee-Gaw-Bow is located in Wakefield in Michigan’s Gogebic County. It is a Chippewa Indian head carved from a single piece of pine by Peter Toth in 1988. Nee-Gaw-Nee-Gaw-Bow translates to “Leading Man” in Chippewa. It is one of 74 sculptures in Peter Toth’s “Trail of the Whispering Giants” collection where there is at least one […]

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December 17th, 2020

The Sleeping Giant

The Sleeping Giant is viewable from many places in Thunder Bay in Ontario’s Superior Country. It is located at the southern tip of the Sleeping Giant Provincial Park. This natural wonder is a land formation that resembles a giant man laying in slumber in Lake Superior. Ojibway legend identifies the giant as Nanabijou, the spirit […]

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