Surfside Beach, Texas: Metal Sawshark and Stingray

The sea creatures are big, made of sheets of metal welded together, and perched at the top of a dead tree stump. The shark impales a fish with its saw-nose.

Francis Cove Ave., Surfside Beach, TX
Drive north out of town on TX-257, then make the first right onto Francis Cove Ave. Drive to the end of the street; the sculptures are there.
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Fish sculpture.

Fish Sculpture - Not A Potty Stop

There's a sign -- "Not a Potty Stop" -- posted on pole supporting metal sculptures of a stingray, and a fish on the nose of a sawshark. Located in yard area of the Seahorse Bar and Grill and Ocean Village Hotel.

[Patsy Lewis, 05/17/2020]

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