Small Towns with Big Things


America is littered with really large things — colossal chairs and chainsaws, gargantuan gas pumps and guitars, super-sized shoes and six packs, tremendous teapots and totem poles, all variety of enormous animals, insects, fruits and vegetables. Like claimants to the title of world’s tallest building, enormous roadside attractions beg the question “why?” Why should anyone bother to make such a thing, and why should anyone else care?

Perhaps they are compensating for the size of the town? I know that it does attract the casual visitors to pause a while on their way to other bigger cities.

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