February 13, 2006
Curse of the Antler Arch
The extraordinary antler arch in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. See it in person and it may be enough to give you some very strange dreams (take it from me).
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It makes you wonder what other things can be constructed from seemingly unusable construction materials... the Washington Monument as recreated in beer cans? The Colossus of Rhodes made from used lint? Or perhaps Grant's Tomb as rendered by floss and bits of old retainers...?
Posted by: Adam Wilmer | Feb 13, 2006 3:50:07 PM
Well...it's not exactly there for the sake of "pure art." It's more or less there to really commemorate (did I spell that right?) the elk reservation that is a few miles down the road. I'm a big skier and Jackson has been frequent on my trips out west. It is truly a wonderful town.
Posted by: Mark | Feb 13, 2006 5:53:36 PM
My, my, such progress! First it was candlesticks, then chandeliers, and now this! An arch! Out of antlers! At this rate, they'll soon be turning out a new parthenon. They might even get their own home decorating show, devoted entirely to antlers and how versatile they are....
Posted by: Alli | Feb 13, 2006 6:32:45 PM
Oooh, a girl posted... Hi there, Alli huh? Is that short for Allison by any chance?
Posted by: Adam Wilmer | Feb 13, 2006 7:14:17 PM
Yes, it is.
Posted by: Alli | Feb 18, 2006 6:12:19 AM
Huh. I think I've seen something very similar on a HP Lovecraft book cover.
(Okay, I'm tired. I'll get caught up later.)
Posted by: Scott Elyard | Feb 21, 2006 11:20:05 PM
i wished i could see a live cam view of what is really going on in the village right now.. my brother just called me and he is there visiting, and said for me to look it up now.. and get ready, cause i could see him and my father there in person on the cam. but i cant find it.. they are suppose to be at the arch of antlers.. i was so hoping to see them in the cam live.. oh well.. could you please allow that for people who are so thrilled about your town? it would be wonderful to see. thanks so much..
Posted by: becky combow | Jun 19, 2006 7:40:39 AM
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