Last Friday, I went up to West Bend, Wisconsin, to visit the Museum of Wisconsin Art for the very first time. The museum has been in the same location since 1961, but recently demolished the old building to make way for a brand new, modern-looking one. But since I arrived early, before it opened at 10:00, I walked around for a bit, and noticed some really different statues close by. Two of the statues, the frog and toad musicians, sat on benches outside what used to be the city's train depot.
The other group of statues were located right behind the museum and featured an otter, beaver and turtle. A strange combination, I thought, but intriguing.
I don't know the meaning behind these statues (if any), but since they were near the art museum, they fit in nicely and were an amusing treat I didn't expect.
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