Monday, April 19, 2010

AN ODDITY OR TWO ON THE WANDERING ROAD FOR MY WORLD TUESDAY

LEAVING LANCASTER,OHIO FOR A WANDERING ROAD TRIP WE FIND:

AN ODDITY ON “THE ROAD” FOR THAT'S MY WORLD TUESDAY 

my world Tuesday  BETWEEN PERRYSBURG,OHIO AND GRAND RAPIDS,OHIO JUST PAST NAZARETH HALL 

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WHICH SOME SAY IS HAUNTED LINDA AND I SAW THIS BY THE SIDE OF THE ROAD.

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AND THIS:

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LINDA BEING AN ARCTOPHILE GOT REALLY EXCITED WHEN WE FOUND THE MULTI-HEADED BEAR CARVING.

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IF ANYONE HAS ANY THOUGHTS ON THE “INDIAN STATUE” PLEASE MAKE A COMMENT. AS ALWAYS THANKS FOR STOPPING BY AS WE END THIS POST WITH ONE FINAL PHOTO.

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JOE TODD & LINDA REPORTING FROM “THE BEARS END”

15 comments:

wenn said...

very interesting exhibit.

Linda (PA_shutterbug) said...

That indian is interesting; nice picture of Linda too.

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Joe: What a neat place with some great art.

Sylvia K said...

What a great place, Joe! I love the bear and your final shot! Wonderful! Lovely flowers, too! The Indian statue is very interesting, I wonder what it stands for -- isn't that the Olympic symbol???? Intriguing! Great shot of Linda, too! Looks like a fun day out! Have a great week!

Sylvia

Hocking Hills Gardener said...

I see Linda found some bears. LOL!
I like the Indian statue but what in the world is it attached to and what does it mean? Got me puzzled Joe.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Let us know if you find out anything more about that intriguing carving!

EG Wow said...

Well, Joe! You finished with a photo that made me chuckle!

Powell River Books said...

They sure do look like Olympic symbols. We just had the real thing in our backyard (even though we couldn't get any tickets for a reasonable price). Love the bear carvings. We have some local chain saw carvers that can do some amazing things.

Thanks for stopping by my blog. In answer to your question about firewood for our woodstove. We are very fortunate. It comes floating right up to our doorstep. Some we "store" floating in the water until cutting time, but the little stuff we pull up on to the float. Once cut it goes into our floating woodshed. We try to minimize the weight on the float as much as we can. A full wood float lasts us until about January. Then we cut some more and let it dry on the front porch. So far we've never run out of dry wood. - Margy

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Interesting post, Joe. I have no idea what that Indian statue stands for.. He obviously is pulling something but I'm not sure what.. . Progress, maybe????? If you find out, let us know please.

Love the bear carving (great picture of your Sweetie)--and I laughed outloud at that last picture... Cute!!!!

Have a great day.
Betsy

J Bar said...

That's all very interesting. Thanks for showing it.
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Carolyn Ford said...

I really love the "end" shot! What amusing finds on this outing!

Rajesh said...

Interesting place. Very nice and expressive sculptures.

Kcalpesh said...

The sculpture is strange but very creatively done and artistic! Thanks for sharing the pictures and information :-)

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Splendid Little Stars said...

How cool! You found some most interesting things!

Tony Letts said...

indian appears to have a serious gas problem :)