_27 June 2011 We thought we would spend a few more days at the TR National Park but because we have wheels and know that we’ve got to keep some type of schedule towards the east coast, we moved on. Now after having said that, we didn’t get too far. We only moved 30 miles. Originally we pulled into Dickinson so that we could re-stock our refrigerator but then we saw the “Information and Travel Center” and found ourselves finding interest in seeing some “ART”. First we unhooked the car and headed east on I-94. About 8 miles later we came upon our exit, the “Enchanted Highway”. Sitting high above this intersection sat a sculpture called “Geese In Flight”.
_Over the next 30 miles we saw 6 more OVER-SIZED art pieces.
_Just to give you an idea as to how large these sculptures are, Geese in Flight stands 110 feet tall and weighs over 75 tons. The largest goose has a 30 foot wing span and is 19 feet long…now these are big !!! All of this was built from used oil well pipe and oil tanks and it’s great to know that junk can be made to look so good alongside the roadways of America. All of these sculptures were made but for one reason...to get travelers to travel too and enjoy his little town of Regent, North Dakota. Ya’ll come now…