Sep 12 Nashville–A Quick Polar Bear Census 2 at the corner of Edgehill and 12th. 1 in a yard in Germantown. Do you know of any others? Share this:TwitterEmailFacebookRedditLike this:Like Loading... Related
wasn’t there one farther down Edgehill in front of a red house that serves (or served) as a music school? Maybe I’ll go take a drive to verify.
There were those other ones we saw, huge and with swim clothes painted on, in Tunica. But I guess this category is for Nashville polar bears. Didn’t means to derail.
The ones on Edgehill were moved to the corner of Edgehill and 12th in front of I.W. Gernert building. Next to DeFord Bailey historical marker.
Thanks, Sarcastro. I believe I’ve been told this before but cannot seem to remember it.
Noticed a bunch of lions today. 4 blue ones on front of an antique store at 8th & S. Douglas as well as 2 “bronze” ones (painted a bronze-like brown color) in front of a store on 8th near Congress. Well, I’ve noticed them before. But only today did I notice that they are the same lions. Wonder if they came from the same place about the same time as the bears. It’s like a plaster zoo, this town.
oh, that was just me above
You missed one on your trip to the Oak Ridge area — there’s one somewhere in the vicinity, though I can’t remember where. Next to a gas station. I only ever ran across it by accident, whereupon I would wonder if I was in Wisconsin, the homeland of Random Giant Animal Sculpture.
It’s like a plaster zoo, this town.
When I lived in Oak Ridge, I couldn’t help marveling at the local dedication to lawn art. Is that a state or regional phenomenon, or a peculiarity of Oak Ridge?