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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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December 17th, 2020

The Sea Lion

The Sea Lion is found in Sleeping Giant Provincial Park 52.5 miles (84.5km) from Thunder Bay in Ontario’s Superior Country. It is a sedimentary rock formation that projects 49 feet (15m) into Lake Superior. The waves of the lake have cut out an arched tunnel through it. Originally this formation resembled a sea lion looking […]

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December 17th, 2020

Agawa Canyon

Agawa Canyon is 114 miles (183km) north of Sault Ste Marie in Ontario’s Algoma Country. The canyon is 575 feet (175.2m) deep and was formed over a billion years ago and widened by the Agawa River. The canyon can only be reached by hiking trail or train tour departing from Sault Ste. Marie. The best […]

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December 17th, 2020

Santa's Workshop Cut-outs

Santa’s Workshop Cut-outs are located in Christmas in Michigan’s in Alger County. In front of Santa’s Workshop Gift Shop stands a giant 35 foot tall jolly Santa cut-out pointing finger guns up in the air. Behind the gift shop you will find a large cut-out depicting the Old Women Who Lived in a Shoe nursey […]

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December 17th, 2020

Casino Santa

Casino Santa is located Christmas in Michigan’s in Alger County. This large Santa Claus stands waving in front of the Kewadin Casino enticing travelers to come play some slots. This road side attraction just adds to the fun and kitch of this little Christmas themed town.

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December 17th, 2020

Phil the Window Washer

Phil the Window Washer is located Marquette in Michigan’s Marquette County. Upon a bench in a small park sits a life sized sculpture of the Marquette icon Phil Niemisto. Phil has spent years washing merchants windows never asking for compensation. There is a plaque next to the sculpture that reads “Phil became an icon in […]

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December 17th, 2020

Jilbert's Dairy Cows

Jilbert’s Dairy Cows are located in Marquette in Michigan’s Marquette County. At Jilbert’s Dairy you will find three large cow statues affectionately dubbed the Jilly cows. One perched atop a silo drawing you in for some fresh ice cream. Another stands in a lovely shaded picnic area. There is a stool beside this giant cow […]

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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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