The World's Largest Pair Of Cowboy Boots
A 40-foot tall sculpture of cowboy boots graces the north entrance to North Star Mall in San Antonio. The sculpture is named "The Giant Justins" and was created by Austin artist Bob "Daddy-O" Wade in 1980.
20 Things to Do in South Dakota
Mount Rushmore is just the first on a long, diverse list of things to see and do in this state, rich with history and natural beauty.
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Svenska Amatörfotografer (startad 2005)
Flickr is almost certainly the best online photo management and sharing application in the world. Show off your favorite photos and videos to the world, securely and privately show content to your friends and family, or blog the photos and videos you take with a cameraphone.
Very well done tribute as a side stop! - Review of Dr. Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Garden, Springfield, MA - Tripadvisor
Dr. Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Garden: Very well done tribute as a side stop! - See 461 traveler reviews, 308 candid photos, and great deals for Springfield, MA, at Tripadvisor.
Popeye Statue - 2007 Model, Alma, Arkansas
Alma calls itself "Spinach Capital of the World," and holds a spinach festival every April. The town's newest statue stands in a fountain in a downtown park.
The Big Stuff Project
July 31 to August 4, 2010 - Northern California This is the last old one before I get into the new ones from our recent trip. Last summer we went to visit my wife's sister and her husband who live in Eureka, CA. They were nice enough to take us to see the local big stuff. The World's Largest Totem Pole resides in nearby McKinleyville. There are a number of places along the Pacific coast that claim the world's largest totem pole, often with some kind of qualifier like "from one log" or…
Coolest underwater attractions
Take the plunge to explore cool underwater attractions like shipwrecks, ruins, and even a post office that will mail your card from the deep.
Final Warm Weather Ride?
With all signs pointing to the onset of typical Maine winter chilliness, Sunday's 65 degree weather, even though tempered by overcast skies, led me to believe that this would be the last time I could ride 80-plus miles without my ski-mobile suit. My first stop was at the Maine Big Native American (MBNA, in current politically correct terms). Created by Ron Shutt in 1969, Mainers usually call it the "F.B.I." for Freeport Big Indian. One does not need much imagination, nor a particularly dirty…