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Darwin’s Wooden Wagon Sculptures

Resting in RedrockDarwin produces miniature wooden wagon sculptures that are exact replica’s of the originals.

He carves every detail into these miniature works or art to exact scale. Even if there is a spring coming out of the torn seat, it is in the sculpture.

The sculpture to the left is titled Resting in Redrock.

Another one of Darwin’s original wagon sculptures is called, “Sweetwater Crossing”.

The Sweetwater River, with its pleasing waters, welcomed the parched emigrants to central Wyoming. The waters were made all the sweeter by the previous day’s crossing from the Platte across the dusty, alkali plains. But what initially seemed most inviting about the river

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