Monday, November 5, 2007

World's Largest Penguin: Cut Bank, Montana

To commemorate its hometown's status as the coldest town in the United States, this concrete penguin was constructed in 1989. At 27 feet tall and a solid five tons, it beckons to passersby from its spot in front of the Glacier Gateway Inn, a furniture-shop-turned-motel.

The penguin talks (when its speaker works), bleating out the slogan, "Welcome to Cut Bank, the Coldest Spot in the Nation!"

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Another penguin blog:

Maybe you can add it to your links if you like it...