We buzzed over to Lopez Island for a dump run and to pick up a few groceries on a bright and sunny December day. Happened across this guy out in the fields along Fisherman Bay Road. We suspect a local farmer had a hand in his creation, since he’s cleverly crafted from silage wrap, with what looks like tractor mirrors for eyes. I’m not sure where anybody found a scarf that long. Island time means you have time to create an eight-foot snowman at the edge of your pasture, I guess. Got a smile out of us.
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A former travel and outdoors editor at The Seattle Times, I'm now exploring Washington's San Juan Islands on my classic runabout and trying not to smash my fingers with the hammer while I fix up my island cabin. View all posts by Brian J. Cantwell