Saturday, January 23, 2010


Brooklyn Heights Baptist Church in Brooklyn Heights, Missouri (not New York). To get to this Brooklyn Heights, from St. Louis, Westbound, take Old 66 Boulevard to the JCT (Junction) with Business 71 (Highway 171). To get to Brooklyn Heights in New York City, take the subway #2 or #3 and get off at Clark St. station (Note - there is no subway from St. Louis to Brooklyn Heights, Missouri - haa haa).
Above - "Always On Alert" is the work of chainsaw sculptor Clayton Coss as a tribune to all firefighters whose bravery and devotion to duty were so apparent on September 11, 2001 in New York City. Mr. Coss, a Tulsa native and a well known chainsaw artist, coverted a diseased pecan tree into the above sculptor. We saw the sculptor when passing by the car dealership (Chrysler,Dodge, Jeep) Crown Bristow, in Bristow, Oklahoma.
Below - A life-size Statue of Liberty waves at motorists at an intersection in Sapulpa, Oklahoma. We just took the photo and were on our way so I don't have any information about this scuplture and its history.

Below - Another Statue of Liberty in front of Route 66 Mall in Chelsea, Oklahoma. The mall was closed when we stopped by.

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