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I am posting an old escapade that we did in the summer of 2010 when we drove to Marshfield Wisconsin– a city some 50 miles from where we live. I was intrigued by the Jurustic Park that I stumbled upon online so off we went to check out the place.
It actually was just a house owned by an amateur paleontologist Clyde Wynia in Marshfield who made all these structures in his yard to excavate and recreate as best as possible the now extinct creatures that inhabited the large McMillan Marsh near Marshfield, Wisconsin during the Iron Age accordingly. Displaying it for people to see is absolutely a great idea as we ourselves got to appreciate and enjoy it. There were so many creative arts made of ferrous metal, usually mild steel, but occasionally stainless, high carbon or various types of more exotic alloys that were shaped into faces and characters and animals and if you’re an appreciator of art, you can be wowed by what you’ll see in this place! The iron sculptures were really amazing!
You would wonder how a man with only two hands were able to make all these stuff displayed in his yard.
If you happen to stop by Wisconsin, Marshfield at that, this place is a must-see.