The Museum of Wonder, one of several buildings on the property, is packed with Butch Anthony’s art. For instance, his sculpture of the Mile-A-Mo bird, which sits on a pedestal in his Museum of Wonder. Accompanying text of the black-feathered thing explains that the bird characteristically dives out of the sky with its wings folded, to land
beak-down in the dirt and whistle “Dixie” out of its rear end. “You
can hear it for a mile or more,” it concludes. “Very rare bird.”
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