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Polar Bear - Churchill, Manitoba

Polar Bear - Churchill, Manitoba Polar Bears are not this big! It's really a statue / replica of one. But I'm sure if you find one chasing you it will seem this big!

A polar bear welcomes you to the town of Churchill, Manitoba, Canada.

A polar bear welcomes you to the town of Churchill, Manitoba, Canada.

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.

Swan River, Manitoba - where I've lived since 1994!

Mac the Moose of Moose Jaw—no relation to Mack the Knife (Photo: Matt Boulton) In the competitive field of World's Largest attractions, there are

Happy Rock is a roadside attraction in Gladstone, Manitoba, Canada. It is on the northeast side of Highway 16. The large statue also serves as the visitor information centre for the town.   The Happy Rock...... Gladstone, Manitoba, Canada

Happy Rock (aka Glad Stone) is a roadside attraction in Gladstone, Manitoba, Canada. It is on the northeast side of Highway The large statue also serves as the visitor information centre for the town. The Happy Rock.

La Broquerie is the largest milk producing centre in Manitoba. #exploremb

La Broquerie is the largest milk producing centre in Manitoba, Canada.

Mac the Moose, in Moose Jaw Saskatchewan Canada

Mac the Moose, in Moose Jaw Saskatchewan Canada. This would make a cute art project to talk about scale. Students can draw themselves visiting roadside attractions in saskatchewan

Amisk (Beaver)  Dauphin, Manitoba

This is our town mascot, "Amisk". It means beaver in an aboriginal language.

Curling Rock, Arborg, Manitoba. The world's largest curling rock was erected in 2005 and measures 4.2 meters across and 2.1 meters tall.

The world's largest curling rock was erected in 2005 and measures meters across and meters tall. Cuz everyone needs to have the biggest curling rock!

The Jolly Green Giant of Blue Earth, Minnesota puts other large roadside attractions to shame. He's 55 feet tall, and marks the mid-point of Interstate 90.

The World's largest roadside attractions - slide 39

World's Largest Jolly Green Giant tall - ho ho ho!T Corp Blue Earth, Minnesota A giant GIANT! Never knew the Green Giant exists!

Worlds largest baseball bat - Edmonton AB

World's Largest Baseball Bat The world's largest baseball bat located on the corner of 97 St and 118 Ave (Avenue of Champions) in Edmonton~

Steep Rock Manitoba

The prairies aren't all wheat and corn fields. This is Steep Rock, Manitoba, Canada.

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