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Enchanted Highway

The Enchanted Highway has six exhibits with 4 more on the way. Below are pictures and descriptions of each of the six sites.

Deer Crossing

This site displays a white tail and mule deer. This sculpture uses a technique known as shadowing. Shadowing removes pieces of metal from the sculpture to accent the muscles and different parts of the deer's body. The metal used to create the deer originated from seven rusty oul well tanks. The buck stands 70 feet tall and is 60 feet long. The doe stands 50 feet tall and is 50 feet long.

Grasshoppers Delight

This site has a number of grasshoppers in a wheat field setting. The largest grasshopper is 40 feet tall and 50 feet long. There are two medium sized hoppers that are 12 feet tall and 15 feet long and three smaller grasshoppers. The grasshoppers were made from four oil field tanks.

Pheasants on the Prairie

This site was created to honor the bird that is in abundance in our area. The site contains four pheasants sculptures. The rooster stands 40 feet tall is 70 feet long and weighs 13,000 pounds. The hen stands 35 feet tall is 60 feet long and weighs 12,000 pounds. The chicks stand 15 feet tall are 20 feet long and weigh 5,000 pounds.

Theodore Roosevelt Rides Again

This site depicts a silhouette of Theodore Toosevelt on his horse and a stage coach. The silhoutte is made from 1 3/4 inch well pipe. Teddy stands 51 feet tall and weighs 9,000 pounds.

The Tin Family

The "Worlds Largest Tin Family" was the first site to decorate the Enchanted Highway. The Tin Man stands 45 feet tall and has 16 telephone poles anchoring him to the ground. His cap measures 6 feet in circumference and is 5 feet tall. The Tin Lady stands 44 feet tall and 12 telephone poles hold her up. Her hair is made of barb wire and here ear rings are augers. The tin boy stands 23 feet tall.

Geese in Flight

This site is in the Guinness Book of World Records as the World's Largest Scrap Metal Sculpture. The sun burst is made or over 300 lengths of well pipe and there is more that 4.4 miles of welds holding everything together. The geese and hills are made from oil well tanks. More that $9,000 in paint was used to complete the sculpture. The sculpture is 110 feet tall and 154 feet long and weighs 78.8 tons (157,661 pounds). A large goose has a wing span of 32 feet and is 20 feet long.

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