Hamlet of White Bear, Saskatchewan

White Bear

White Bear © 2002 David YanciwWhite Bear © 2002 David Yanciw
Designer: Ralph Berg

When Built: 2000

Dimensions: (based on relation to my height)
Length: 8 Feet 10 Inches (2.7 Metres)
Height with pedestal: 8 Feet 4 Inches (2.5 Metres)

Construction Materials:
Fibreglass? The pedestal is made out of unfinished plywood.

Location:
North Side of Highway 342 (west side of town)

Reason for Building:

Additional Information:

The community has only about five buildings in it. That is me at the monument, photo taken by my fiance Barb.

Ralph Berg's initials and the year 2000 are on the bear's front left leg.

Ralph Berg has created the Prairie Rattlesnake/Western Meadow Lark , Mule Deer , Burrowing Owls , and Ord's Kangaroo Rats , all of which are in Leader, SK, the Prehistoric Bison in St. Louis, SK, the Deer in Biggar, SK, the Antelope and Goose in Cabri, SK, the Pronghorn Antelope in Cereal, AB, Snow Goose in Dunrea, MB, Gilbert the Golf Ball in Gilbert Plains, MB, Bunnock in Macklin, SK the Canvas-Backed Duck in Minnedosa, MB, the Elk in Onanole, MB, Ox in Paradise Hill, SK, and the Northwest Mounted Policeman in Redvers, SK.

Information Source:

Picture Source: DMY

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Created By DMY on August 15, 2002
Last Updated: July 28, 2004