Weird Monuments of Canada: Quirky And Ridiculously Oversized Roadside Attractions Of Canada by Nicolle CarriéreWeird Monuments of Canada: Quirky And Ridiculously Oversized Roadside Attractions Of Canada by Nicolle Carriére

Weird Monuments of Canada: Quirky And Ridiculously Oversized Roadside Attractions Of Canada

byNicolle Carriére

Paperback | April 1, 2015

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If a country's large statues tell something about who they are as a people, what do Canada's large and weird roadside attractons say about us? . The Hockey Stick and Puck in Duncan, BC. The Tin Soldier in New Westminster, BC. The Talus Balls in Edmonton, Alberta. The Starship Enterprise in Vulcan, Alberta. Walter the Whooping Crane in Govan, Saskatchewan. The Dog River Corner Gas Set in Rouleau, Saskatchewan. Biker Bear in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Chuck the channel Cat in Selkirk, Manitoba. The Muskoka Chair in Gravenhurst, Ontario. Mosquito Eating Man in Upsala, Ontario. Cow Lookout in St-Georges-de-Windsor, Quebec. The Singing Frog in Quebec City, Quebec. The Lobster in Shediac, New Brunswick. The giant Fiddle in Sydney, Nova Scotia. The Potato in O'Leary, PEI. Morris the Moose in Goobies, Newfoundland and Labrador. The Signpost Forest in Watson Lake, Yukon. The Inukshuk in Rankin Inlet, Nunavut. The Igloo Church in Inuvik, NWTAnd SO many more!
Author NICHOLLE CARRIÉRE has a long-standing love affair with trivia and factoids. She enjoys nothing better than surprising her friends with little-known tidbits about everyday things.
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Title:Weird Monuments of Canada: Quirky And Ridiculously Oversized Roadside Attractions Of CanadaFormat:PaperbackDimensions:96 pages, 7.25 × 5.5 × 0.25 inPublished:April 1, 2015Publisher:Blue Bike BooksLanguage:English

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