This Giant Sloth has collapsed. I've seem photos of this one standing up on it's hind legs.
Another view of the collapsed Sloth.
This Giant Sloth lost his head.
Sooz with the Sloth's head. The frame work is made from light weight marital, looks like these sculptures are only temporary.
About a quarter mile away, we could see the Serpent.
The Serpent is 350 feet long.
The head section is on one side of the road.
The tail section on the other side.
Sooz taking photos of the Serpent.
The head looks like it was inspired by a dragon.
Closer view showing some of the details on the face.
Detail on the first body section.
Second body section.
Third body section.
Detail on the third body section.
The tail section looks like it was inspired by a rattle snake. The Serpent was my favorite one.
Indian Head. This one was kind of creepy to me.
Sooz liked it, called it art.
Detail on the back side.
This one is called Spanish Padre.
Some of the detail on the Spanish Padre.
Arizona Sonoran Desert Saguaro.
1946 Willys Jeep (CJ-3A).
Another saber tooth cat.
Close up of the cat.
Think that these are Tapirs.
Close up of the baby tapir.
Close up of the raptor.
This raptor looked like it was dancing.
Better view of the piglets.
Close up of the Giant Torroise head.
This was the last group of sculptures we checked out.
Gold Miner and his mule.
The mule had a lot of detail. It was one of the nicer pieces.
Detail on the mule's head.
These looked like big horn sheep.
Two big horn males on the ridge.
Big horn with baby.
Another big horn with baby.