Log Man.

Mr. P.G., 27-Foot-Tall Log Man

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Prince George, British Columbia

Built in 1983, this Mr. P.G. replaces an earlier Mr. P.G. built in 1960 as a salute to the lumber industry. He looks identical -- like a wooden Reddy Kilowatt -- but at 27 feet tall he's actually 13 feet shorter than his predecessor, who rotted.

Mr. P.G.'s arm and body are made of simulated logs, with a round, cartoon head and another log as a Pinocchio-esque nose. He has at times sported a monocle, at others his head has been painted blue. He wears a lumberjack's hard hat and holds a flag.

Mr. P.G., 27-Foot-Tall Log Man

Trans-Canada Hwy., Prince George, BC, Canada
On the south side of the city, on the southeast corner of the intersection of Hwy 16/Trans-Canada Hwy and Hwy 97/Cariboo Hwy. Stands outside of a welcome center near the Prince George Playhouse.
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