Wow, my peeps ran away with Frankie and Mamaw and Papaw Pantslegs last weekend! They all had a blast together. Here are some pix of this cool place they went where there were pawesome wood carvings...Warther Museum in Amish Country in Ohio...
Mr Warther was amazing at carving wooden pliers.
He made this pawesome scene from a steel mill...and the parts move!! All hand carved!
His whole family liked to hunt for arrow heads, then he arranged them to display.
Check out the detail in the engine!
He met several US presidents and here he is on the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson.
Anyway, if you find this interesting, you can check out the museum if you're ever in Ohio!
Grr and Woof,Sarge, COP
oh my gosh--how ridiculously AWESOME!!! it is so neat to see things like this, i love local history!
Oh Sarge you put up some terrrrrrific pics and the two movies are grrrrrreat.
Guess What... the moving pawts on the steel mill... have NEVER EVER needed to be oiled.. because of the type of wood that he used to make those thingys.
What a grrrreat talented man he was. He even CARVED POST CARDS that actually went through the mail to his furends.. and he even had LETTERS from three PRESIDENTS about his wonderful work.
We really enjoyed learning all about that Warther museum. He was quite a talented carver. All of his work was so impressive. Thanks for sharing more pics of his wonderful work.
Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara
Oh Yes, that was very neat. My Vickie has always loved stuff like that.....
tHanks for sharing.
Sarge, you and Frankie are excellent tour guides!!!!!!!!
We love looking at all those things and learning about the history behind them
Benny & Lily
Oh boy I just cannot hardly believe that a person carved all of those by hand. Such beautiful intricate work. AMAZING!
Sure do appreciate you sharing all the pics Sarge.
How fun fur your peeps. Too bad you didnt get to go and see Frankie. It looks like an interesting place to go.
JAzzi and Addy
That guy has unbelievable talent! We're still trying to figure out how he makes those pliers! Having trouble making the movies work (error!) but we'll come back later and check 'em out! Your peeps were lucky to see his work in person!!!
The Road Dogs
I think I need to head to Ohio for no other reason than to visit this museum!
What an amazing talented man! Thanks for all the pictures.
XXXOOO Daisy, kendra & Bella
Sarge, sorry they went without you.
That sure is cool!
I loved your post!
It is very interesting!
Thanks for sharing it!
Kisses and hugs
amish country is way cool. Really neat finding indian artifacts too.
hey you and frankie should start tour guide business.
Oh my Mom jumped up and down so excitedly in her chair that it broke :( BOL!
That is one incredibly cool place! Luv the miniature steel mill! Fabulous! :D
Waggin at ya,
I remembered reading this post from yesterday but apparently I didn't bother to watch the videos. I totally forgot about them until Frankie mentioned them so I had to come back and check them out.
Aha! The videos are working for us now. That is just amazing! The carvings themselves are incredible, but then he makes them move, too! WOW!!! Thanks for sharing!
The Road Dogs
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