Chuck the Channel Cat Statue: Selkirk, Manitoba, Canada - Chuck the Channel Cat Statue can be found in Selkirk, Manitoba, which is also known as the Catfish Capital. Find out about this roadside statue.
"The March West": Amazing Mountie sculpture in Emerson, Manitoba. "In remembrance of the 300 members of the newly formed North West Mounted Police who set out on their famous march west from nearby Fort Dufferin on the 8 July 1874 to bring law and order to the western Canadian frontier." #exploremb
“These three mushrooms that form the statue is the logo for the Meleb-Park-Cumming School Reunion Committee. Mushrooms conjure up many happy memories of picking, cooking, eating; of family and friends; and somehow always Babas (Ukrainian for Grandmother) in the background comforting, sheltering, nourishing as in childhood.” —Rural Municipality of Armstrong and the Village of Meleb, as related by DMY, Big Things In Manitoba. http://www.bigthings.ca/manitoba/meleb.html #exploremb
"World's Largest Fire Hydrant": this amazing Fire Hydrant sculpture is located in Elm Creek, Manitoba. Built over the course of seven months by volunteer fire fighters and completed in July, 2001, the fire hydrant is nearly 30 feet tall. You can compare the size of the fire hyrant with an actual one right in front of it. #exploremb
Canada Is Adorably Obsessed With Turning Small Boring Things Into Giant Things