Sightings have been made throughout the land! Big men are on the loose!
Remember the good ol' fiberglass behemoths that used to line the roadside?
From golf men at mini golf courses to lumberjacks outside hardware stores,
these huge roadside men once were a major part of the American landscape.
San Jose, CA Photo by RoadsidePeek.com
Check out "Babe" at Babe's Muffler shop in San Jose,
California. Not sure if he's really a babe, but he stands ready to welcome
visitors right next to the road.
Livermore, CA Photo by RoadsidePeek.com
Last, but certainly not least, of the Californian roadside men is June,
the Rodeo Man. (Now if the rodeo was in April, would we name him April?)
Standing right off a highway in Livermore, June and his big ol' hat is
a can't miss sighting. If you're in the area and it's June, say hello.
Trees of Mystery
Klamath, CA Photo by RoadsidePeek.com
Out here in Klamath, Paul Bunyan has a friend... Babe the blue
ox. These immense figures site off the highway near some beautiful redwoods.
Jackson, CA Photo by RoadsidePeek.com
Here's the Jackson Man from out front a site in ...
yes... Jackson, California.
Hayward, CA Photo by RoadsidePeek.com
In the Northern California town of Hayward, visit the Hayward Man in front of a tire shop. Or visit the McDonald's down the street if you
don't like this guy.
This big man stands at the Tyre Treds off the main highway in town.
Willits, CA Photo by RoadsidePeek.com
Traveling through to Willits brings you to the Willits big man. This
cowboy becomes quite popular during the Frontier
Days held around the 4th of July each year.