How to Decorate the Garden with a Bigfoot Statue

Bigfoot the Garden YetiA legendary creature is said to roam the wild lands of North America. Tales and many a witness describe a huge, hairy beast that walks on two legs and haunts the deep forests and swamps of the Pacific northwest, the southern states, and even the river valleys of eastern Ohio. It only comes out at night and although no one has ever taken a definitive photo of the creature, hundreds of people insist that they have seen it and many have also made casts of its giant  footprints. It has been called "Bigfoot" on account of those huge feet but that's just the most recent name given to this cryptozoological beast. Different Native American cultures also refer to it as Sasquatch and Genoskwa, and some believers call it the Great North American Ape!

No matter what you call Bigfoot, a statue of the large, hairy Hominid is a unique, wonderful addition to the backyard. While you could put Bigfoot, the Garden Yeti Statue on display right in the middle of the yard. a more realistic spot for a Bigfoot sculpture is under the shade of a large tree or in the recesses of the garden. This more closely matches its shy, retiring nature and will add realism to your collection of resin garden statues. Compliment the standing Bigfoot sculpture with the equally unique Bashful Yeti Tree Sculpture.

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