Little Falls, Minnesota: Traveler: Man of Rocks

Ten feet tall, "Traveler" is an anthropomorphic American version of an Arctic Circle inuksuk.

Little Falls Granite Works

10802 US-10, Little Falls, MN
Little Falls Granite Works. Four miles south of Little Falls, on the east side of US-10.
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Rock Man.

Traveler Rockman

Little Falls Granite Works features a rock man statue called "Traveler" out in front of their facility. There is a small park in front of him for weary roadside attraction enthusiasts.

[Seth H, 06/19/2019]

This is an sprightly American version of an inuksuk, a signpost built out of rocks by people in the Arctic circle.

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