Quilcene, Washington: Pearl of the Peninsula Art Park

Art made out of old buoys and propane tanks, including a giant caterpillar, a robot, and a woman in some kind of upright container.
294682 US-101, Quilcene, WA
North edge of town, just north of the Peninsula Foods grocery store, on the west side of US-101 where it splits off from Center Rd.
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Roadside art made from tanks and junk.

Quilcene: Pearl of the Peninsula

The art is made out of old buoys and propane tanks, as well as other oddities made out of scrap metal. Next to Peninsula Foods grocery store in Quilcene.

[Mike Jennings, 10/24/2019]

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