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Kedgwick, New Brunswick, Canada: Ti-Nel the Tall, Skinny Lumberjack

25 feet tall, carved by Conrad Theriault in 1990. Ti-Nel appears to have been sculpted from a single log, so he has an elongated, giant head, and feeble arms that are awkwardly sawing and chopping at two hapless stumps.

Address:
7989 Route 17, Kedgwick, NB, Canada
Directions:
Outside the Kedgwick Forestry Village and Museum. Just northeast of town, on the south side of Hwy 17.
Phone:
506-284-3138
RA Rates:
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Ti-Nel the Tall, Skinny Lumberjack

Ti-Nel the Tall was a lot taller than expected. Right on the road.

[David Nelson Burbank, 05/13/2024]

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