Travel Theme: Big
Sometimes big is beautiful too! This 28 foot tall statue is located on the north shore of Lake Superior near the Ontario township of Wawa, which means “Land of the Big Goose” in the Ojibway language. This big goose of steel was built in 1963 to commemorate the completion of the the trans Canada highway.
Another big famous statue along the Trans Canada Highway (a common theme it seems) is the 40 foot tall “Husky the Muskie” located in Kenora, Ontario. It depicts a muskellunge, a relatively uncommon freshwater fish and the largest member of the pike family. (Not 40 feet, but generally between 2 to 4 feet long).