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Chainsaw Sculpture at The Village Inn


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Chainsaw Sculpture at The Village Inn The Chainsaw Sculpture at the Village Inn was carved in 2007, from a dead Live Oak Tree, by well known chainsaw sculptor Clayton Coss. The sculpture depicts a 10 year old cowboy standing on a tall tree stump, waving his hat at the passing cars and visitors to Hugo Oklahoma. See website for more information.


Admission: Free
Address: 610 W. Jackson
Phone: 580-326-3333
Fax: 580-326-2670
Our Email: villageinn@1starnet.com
Our Website:www.villageinn.citymax.com

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