World's Largest Coffee Pot and Mug. Davidson, Saskatchewan July 2011

Capturing Canada Like You’ve Never Seen It Before

World's Largest Coffee Pot and Mug/Davidson, Saskatchewan/July 2011 New York Photographer

Cut Knife, Saskatchewan ~If you drive through Cut Knife, Saskatchewan, its impossible to miss one of Canadas weirdest roadside attractions: the Worlds Largest Tomahawk. Weighing in at 8 tons, the 39-foot sculpture was built in 1971 as a symbol of peace and unity between the white people and the neighbouring Indian reserves.

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Lundi Moose, Riverton, Manitoba. “Lundi” (Icelandic for “grove of trees”) was the former name of the original settlement on the east side of the Icelandic River. The town's name changed to Riverton with the coming of the railway.

“Lundi” (Icelandic for “grove of trees”) was the former name of the original settlement on the east side of the Icelandic River. The town's name changed to Riverton with the coming of the railway.

The Viking, Gimli, Manitoba. It's fitting that a town with the largest Icelandic population outside of Iceland boasts a 15-foot tall Viking statue. He stands by Lake Winnipeg as a monument to the first European explorers in Canada.

The Viking, Gimli, Manitoba. It's fitting that a town with the largest Icelandic population outside of Iceland boasts a tall Viking statue. He stands by Lake Winnipeg as a monument to the first European explorers in Canada. ~Via laurie loves learning

"Giant Teepee" at Parkland College, Fort Qu'Appelle, Saskatchewan

"Giant Teepee" at Parkland College, Fort Qu'Appelle, Saskatchewan

Lily - Balcarres, Saskatchewan

Across Canada, there are hundreds of interesting roadside attractions. This site is dedicated to cataloging our nation’s large roadside attractions.

Giant fibreglass moose near information centre in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada

Giant fibreglass moose near information centre in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan in early September I parked in the dark and waited for first light so I could catch this wily creature. Within sight of the Trans-Canada Highway.

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