Elvis Is Alive…at the Calvary Baptist Church

Calvary Baptist Church (former home of the Elvis Is Alive Museum) 419 Warren Avenue Wright City, Missouri submitted by “Kamikaze” and “Butterfly” (Steve & Amanda) wendyvee: My friends Steve and Amanda are fantastic “wonder-spotters” … and this particular wonder is just beyond the beyond. I love it! The contents of the one-time Elvis Is Alive Museum, formerly housed in this building,...

The Flying “Crapduster”

The “Crapduster” 13011 State Highway 96 Carthage, Missouri submitted by Dave Bilke (DBilke) Dave says: I took this by Carthage, MO along Route 66. It was built by a local artist, Lowell Davis, titled Flying “Crap” Duster. Built from a horse drawn manure spreader! wendyvee says: Thanks for the great pic, Dave! The nearby Red Oak II (Lowell Davis’ recreation of his childhood hometown)...

The Gateway Arch

The Gateway Arch Jefferson National Expansion Memorial St. Louis, Missouri submitted by “Jo,eh” wendyvee says: There is no denying that The Gateway Arch is one of the most recognizable of America’s “roadside wonders” …. but I think Jo says it best below 🙂 jo says: This sucker is B.I.G. big! ‘Nuff said.   >   Gateway Arch Riverfront >   Gateway Facts &...

Giant Badminton Shuttlecock

Giant Badminton Shuttlecock Nelson-Atkins Museum Kansas City, Missouri submitted by Lynne wendyvee says: This crazy-cool giant shuttlecock (or birdie) comes to us via a friend of Lynne’s. You can find it at the Nelson-Atkins Museum in Kansas City, Missouri! Now we need a giant racket and net! 🙂 links of interest: – The Nelson-Atkins Museum’s shuttlecock page – Where and when was...

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