Saturday, August 16, 2014

Cry Wolf!


In a small mall on Franklin Avenue in Minneapolis in a highly diverse neighborhood of Native American and Somali residents,  a number of interesting stores, social service agencies, Maria's restaurant and this statue can be found.  One shop not to miss and visit sells Native American artifacts, and this large statue seems to be an appropriate guardian of them all.

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18 comments:

  1. It looks like a statue to grab everyone's attention Kate.

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  2. Jack London would approve of this I bet.

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  3. For a moment there I thought you were back in Santa Fe!

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  4. He would fit right in down here in the southwest.

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  5. The style of the building..and the subject matter had me thinking that you were again in New Mexico!

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  6. Beautiful sculpture! I have seen a wolf in the wild in Yukon, Canada, also in Yellowstone.

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  7. I like this statue very much! Regarding your post title: Canadian author Farley Mowat wrote a book called "Never Cry Wolf."

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  8. I would visit there. I'm not afraid of that statue. Much. The last time we were in Minneapolis, it seemed almost every cab driver was from Somalia. :)

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  9. Statues are always great to see and appreciate especially a wolf. Saw a few when I lived in Alaska.

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  10. A gorgeous sculpture, Kate.

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  11. That's a nice sculpture- very realistic.

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  12. If you had told us that this was taken during your time in Santa Fe, I would have believed it.

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  13. Nice sculpture and that market behind it looks interesting.

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  14. Oooh! I want to look around inside! This looks like a very interesting place.

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