Tuesday, September 08, 2009

Wild, Wonderful, Weird, West Virginia

Amy and I went to West Virginia for a little sight seeing. We stopped first at a place called Colossi. A family decided to collect giant fiberglass figures and show them in their yard. We went there, pulled in the driveway, and made ourselves at home and walked around their yard. Pulling in we are greeted by these four folks:

and you park next to this guy laying on the ground.

They have a mini-rollercoaster with the Simpsons

and a Santa Claus.

I’m not sure what this guy is doing, but here’s a lumberjack

There are various other treasures lying around as well. And to top it off, to the side there were some llamas.

We next went to a tiny house. I’m not sure what it’s for, but it was fully furnished inside, although we couldn’t go in.

We then went to Harper’s Ferry, a more traditional tourist locale and saw the spot where Thomas Jefferson said it would be worth the trip across the Atlantic to see. I don’t think it was that good, but it is still a nice place to visit.


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