Shelton, Nebraska: Bicentennial Wind Sculpture

Artist George Baker sculpted a stainless steel array of wind-movable disks in a pond as part of Nebraska's 1976 celebration of the US Bicentennial. Guess someone paddles over with an oil can once a year....
Address:
I-80 W., Shelton, NE
Directions:
I-80 westbound rest area at milepost 270, two miles west of exit 272. In the pond just north of the parking lot.
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I-80 westbound rest stop sculpture in a pond. Nice place to walk the kids and air out the car.

[Voodoodriver, 03/31/2012]

Work of sculptor George Baker, the stainless steel installation was made for the Bicentennial in 1976. Good spot to catch wind.

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