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enjoyed seeing several unique and unusual things (oddities)
in Pennsylvania
September 16, 2013

Crazy lawn sculptures made from cars and scrap metal... 3705 Hershey Road, Erie, PA. North of I-90, west of I-79, east of Grubb Road on the south side of Hershey Road.

These nine fantastic pieces of art were all located in one yard.

A spider made from a VW Beetle car

A space robot in front of the spider?

giant volkswagon spider

A bumblebee made from a SAAB

A flying oddity

bumble bee
oddi stuff
USA rocket
puppy dog
race car
skeleton dragon

divider bar

The giant pencil in the photo below was in front of a pre-school in McKean, Pennsylvania

giant pencil

In Edinboro, Pennsylvania on the campus of Edinboro University: Angus: Big Bad Bronze Scotsman - a 12-foot-tall, 25,000-pound bronze statue of a Braveheart-era Scotsman, sword held aloft and kilt aflutter.

The fighting Scot sign
The fighting Sco
The fighting Sco
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in the U.S.A. state of Pennsylvania
September 16-17, 2013

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Kinzua Sky Walk in Mt. Jewett

Oddities in Pennsylvania

Erie KOA campground
in McKean

Kinzua East KOA in Bradford

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go to the next adventure of the two RV GypsiesAFTER you have visited all four (4) sites above, please continue on to the adventures of the two RV Gypsies as they explored gigantic rock formations at Rock City Park in Olean, New York. This is the advertised as the World's Largest exposure of Quartz Conglomerates.