Three Bigfoot Statues
We always have time for a Bigfoot statue, but three in one place is a special treat. These three hang out at a local eatery named "Bigfoot's." Two are out front, flanking the parking lot, each carved from a dead tree by apparently different artists. The one to the left is a standard stoop-shouldered half-human with an owl-like face, still attached to its stump. The one to the right seems newer, less weathered, more carefully carved. We noticed its large hands, unhappy expression, and luxuriant bouffant hairdo, circa 1962.
The third Bigfoot stands indoors, a tall, hairy, weather-protected creature that serves as a fill-in greeter and holds a chalkboard listing the daily specials, one of which, when we visited, was a "Yeti Burger."