Tuesday, August 4, 2009

The King of Plows

It's another Outdoor Wednesday, and I thought I would take you by one of the sculptural designs in our town.

This giant plow sits at the entrance of a feed company and livestock market.

It would take a giant of a man like Paul Bunyan to operate this fellow.

It's marked John Deer-Syracuse just like its smaller counterpart.


And a nice sign in John Deere green and yellow gives credit to the designer, benefactor, and horticulturist.


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8 comments:

Gina @ The Shabby Chic Cottage said...

What a plow! That would surely make quick work of a garden!

Hootin' Anni said...

Amazing!!

My Outdoor Wednesday is a broken heart...come by to visit, won't you?

Claudia@DipityRoad said...

Thats some plow huh?

:)

TTFN~~Claudia ♥

Regina said...

:) Nice!

Love Bears All Things said...

Very interesting. I like seeing things like this. Thanks,
Mama Bear

Light and Voices said...

Holy Cow! That is a large plow. Perhaps Paul Bunyan could have pushed this plow.
Joyce M

Donna Marie said...

Looks like Jack and the Bean Stalk's plow... LOL

Great pics!

xoxoxox
Donna Marie

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Oh Joan!
I have never seen such a big plow. For your next Outdoor Wednesday go and search google for the Paul Bunyan statute and post him with the information about where the statue is and etc... I know there is one out there. He can be a continuation of this plow. It is so cute. Love, love, love it. Thanks for stopping by. I will be posting a new post tonight in regards to my niece Amy, as she is having surgery tomorrow, hopefully to remove all of the cancer tumor that is playing havic with her life. She hasn't been able to eat for at least 3 weeks now, and is down to 74 pounds. It is in her carotid artery. Really bad. This is the 3rd time she has gotten cancer now in the last 23 years of her 33 year old life, cancer, radiation and chemo are all that she has known. We will need lots of prayers. See ya soon. Country Hugs and love, Sherry