In the picture below, the GPS gives away my location: 15 miles east of Marquette on highway M-28.
Some of the sculptures carried with them some strong political overtones.
The man below holding the globe is saying, "One more fight over there and I'm droppin' ya's."
Two-Man Buck Saw
I'm not sure what RTW on the hammer stands for; maybe right to work, as in right to work state, which Michigan has recently become. The wedge that is being driven in between and dividing the United States has inscribed on it: Economy/Jobs; Health Care; Education; Iraq; Taxes; Moral Values; Terrorism.
This one was posted with signage proclaiming - CAUTION - Watch your back. Do not bend over.
GENUINE NORTH AMERICAN CORPORATE GREED - PIG
A strong statement for sure.
It was a relaxing putt through the pine-forested dirt road loop as I took in the twisted and tweaked scrap iron show.
Of course - my favorite !
This is just a sampling of the park; you will need to go yourself for a comprehensive tour. These kind of trippy roadside attractions are always interesting and often make for a highlight of the day. Now you have another excuse to visit the Upper Penninsula.