Nuts and Bolts Metal Sculpture- Rambling Roads


At the northeast side of CSAH 1 and 15 is a metal sculpture of two horses pulling an old covered wagon. This art was a birthday gift to the state veterinarian (who lives here) from his wife. The wagon was created in 1991 and used in the Itasca wagon train trip from the steps of the capitol in St. Paul to Itasca State Park. The sculpture was crafted by a Pine River metal sculpture. Native, Adkins. The present owners are well-known in the area for their horse drawn hay rides. Previously a dairy farm, the farm became a ranch in 1950. It has been owned by the same family for generations. Travelers are welcome to stop in and take a look.

Latitude: 46.719383
Longitude: -94.284668