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Ernie the Turtle Statue: Turtleford, Saskatchewan, Canada
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Ernie the Turtle was created by Don Foulds, who's built other roadside attractions in Canada.

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While not in the s­ame league as W'eel in North Dakota, Ernie the Turtle claims the title of Canada's largest turtle with an impressive eight-foot peak at the crest of its shell.

Built in 1983, the sculpture is the work of Don Foulds, who was also behind several other big roadside beasts in Saskatchewan.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

A Denver-based freelance writer, Eric Peterson contributes to numerous periodicals and travel guides. His recent credits include Ramble: A Field Guide to the U.S.A. and stories for Sky, the New York Daily News, and Westword.

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