I’d just like to add an update: April reminded me that we only visited a large floating loon in this post; the largest floating loon lives in Virginia. I mean, it’s so hard keeping large floating loons straight these days. Much like Grandma having to run down all the grandchildren’s names before she gets to the right kid.
April also reminded me that we visited the world’s largest FREESTANDING hockey stick. This, of course, piqued my curiosity and almost immediately I googled “world’s largest hockey stick.”
According to the Guinness Book of World Records, the world’s largest hockey stick is 205 feet long, weighing in at 62,000 pounds! It was commissioned by the Canadian Federal Government for the 1986 Expo in Vancouver. It now resides at the Cowichan Community Centre in Duncan, Vancouver Island, Canada. April suggested that the freestanding label is “perhaps how we avoid size fights with the Canadians???”
I think perhaps she’s right 😉
A few posts ago, I mentioned that April and I had penchant for searching for “World’s Biggest [insert random object here]”–well, this trip was filled with them! I mean, how else are you going to break up a long road trip?
sidenote: now that I’m thinking about it, Minnesota and Australia seem to have a large number of “World’s Biggest” objects. And I would also like to express my personal belief that if you’ve never seen the World’s Biggest Prawn in Ballina, NSW Australia, your life really is never going to be completely whole. Of course, you could disagree with me, but well….you’d be wrong.
Anyway, back to Minnesota and this trip. April had already marked out several stops to see big things, such as the World’s Biggest Walleye.
However, this turned out to be a BIG FAT LIE. It’s not the biggest. We have actually seen one bigger (ha! that’s what she said!!)…
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