Day 96

Geese in Flight

July 1st, 2010



Part of the Enchanted Highway, and at one time the world's largest scrap metal sculpture.


15 Comments

  1. Karen Too says:

    I can tell this is going to be a fun stretch of highway.

  2. Chaser1 says:

    I was just by there a few months ago

  3. Now I’ve gotta go see this stuff. I’ll have to figure out a way and a route from Ohio to California that takes me along this way to see this stuff in person. I just can’t fathom how big these structures are.

  4. Jeff says:

    Personal thought….I see you…Big Eye

  5. Yeosaph Ferguson says:

    I was holding my breath and waiting to see if you would walk The Enchanted Highway. You did! It’s all down hill from there, so you can turn around and go home now.

  6. Kevin from NC says:

    amazing

  7. katzien in austin says:

    Oh my god, how cool!! I’m giddy with anticipation for Matt’s cool photos of the Enchanted Highway. Mat….you really do make my morning. xoxoxox

  8. Terry from NJ says:

    Just saw this (and the rest of the Enchanted Highway) last month. Unfortunately it’s spread over 52 miles or so, so I doubt we’ll see any of the other sculptures. “Teddy Rides Again” was my favorite.

    • Yeosaph Ferguson says:

      There is a photo out there of the Teddy Roosevelt sculpture in profile that is hilarious. Gary has a work in progress which will knock our socks off – an underwater landscape with fish an all. I’d walk to Dickenson just to see ’em.

  9. Don in Tennessee says:

    So this is where some that CASH FOR CLUNKERS scrap metal ended up. It looks better in the sculpture than as cars. OH- and there is no pollution.

    You continue to see many cool and unusual things!

    Again, thanks for sharing with us!!!.

  10. mojinator says:

    since you guys know about these sculptures… are they religious-related sculptures?

  11. KATHY says:

    I have been to North Dakota (about 18 years ago) but I’ve never been to this highway, maybe one of these days, I will once again go!!

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