There’s a garden of metal art off of Bradley Road and Cedarburg Road just to the east of the Oakleaf Trail and the artist is phenomenal. There’s a barnyard feel combined with a flair of museum mixed with menagerie.
It’s the cleverness of creating a fish with wrenches and a bird with a hedge clipper for a nose.
There’s a bumblebee made of a black and yellow painted cast iron pan with a pointed handle. The head is cleverly made out of industrial bristles from a monster circular brush.
There’s a dragonfly and the tail is made of a number of links from a chain.
Gas tanks are used for the bodies of beetles and birds. Incredibly large animals include a stoic moose, roaring hippo, 10-foot tall giraffe, a majestic horse and a dinosaur that looks ready to battle Godzilla.
One of the more unique things is a bug made with an old brown electric insulator as the head and the tail is a wooden baseball bat.
There’s a big dragon family and a barnyard with sheep and goats and chickens. Very entertaining roadside art.
I would have loved to have camped in this jungle last night under the grizzly teeth of the dinosaur.
If the way that somebody lives pleases the Lord, the Lord will lead him into good things. Psalm 37:23 Easy English Bible
The 2022 Amazing Ride for Alzheimer’s is raising money this year for music programming for seniors at Cedar Community, a 501c3, so all donations are tax-deductible.
Donate via the secure website through Cedar Community. Donations should be marked “Amazing Ride 2021.” Click HERE to make a secure online donation.
Checks may be made payable to “Cedar Community Foundation” with “Judy Bike Ride” in the memo line and mailed to 113 Cedar Ridge Dr., West Bend, WI 53095
Be sure to include the Federal Tax ID Number for the Foundation: 39-1249432
You may also find a downloadable donation form HERE.
Cedar Community is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization, and donations are tax-deductible.