World's Largest Lumberjack
Posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member entogeek
N 45° 04.536 W 078° 42.707
17T E 680109 N 4993895
Quick Description: This 14-foot high Sawyer is located on the grounds of the Stanhope Museum in Ontario's Haliburton Highlands.
Location: Ontario, Canada
Date Posted: 10/4/2010 4:42:10 PM
Waymark Code: WM9WA6
Published By: Groundspeak Charter Member BruceS
Views: 15

Long Description:

The Sawyer is 14-foot high golden giant wielding a crosscut saw. He
represents the proud and important history of logging in Haliburton
County. According to, he’s the largest
lumberjack in North America!

The impressive monolith was hand crafted in a "top secret" process by
local artist Andy Hillo, as part of the county's Where It's Art program.

The Sawyer was deliberately designed and placed to provide an ideal
photo opportunity, so climb up, take your end of the saw and snap away!
Location description: In front of the Stanhope Museum

Statue's Subject: A lumberjack

Artist: Andy Hillo

Visit Instructions:
Photo of the statue with person sitting on bench next to the statue, standing next to the statue or other-wise interacting appropriately with the statue(face of person does not need to show, gps does not need to be in photo).
Extra credit for having fun!!!

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