One of my favorite things to do while driving around Wisconsin is look for fun roadside oddities. Here's a few from the Sheboygan area.
Oostburg is a small Dutch settlement founded in the 1840's. There were more than a few little Dutch kids and windmills scattered around town.
One of Tom Every's masterpieces, "Isis", graced the corner of the Michael Kohler Center for the Arts property. Also on the property is the facade for the old Sheboygan Public Library which was a gift from Andrew Carnegie. I've noticed plaques saying the library was dedicated by Carnegie on quite a few libraries in Wisconsin.
Another architecturally related surprise was this chimney sweep in the downtown area.
On County V just outside Kohler-Andrae heading toward Sheboygan stands this handsome fellow. When I stopped to take his picture the neighboring dachshund waddled over to make friends with me. A little further down the road is a series of panels on someone's yard fence that still has me scratching my head. I just can't see the connections. Perhaps it's as simple as "I like Keystone Cop movies and Viking tales". Any interpretations?