Everyday People: Carving a living
PEQUOT LAKES — If you’ve driven along Highway 371 North through Pequot Lakes this summer you’ve likely spotted wood sculptor Roy Hamari out working in the hot sun.
Hamari, 77, carves his art pieces with chainsaws and other wood-cutting tools right along the highway, just outside his sculpture gallery. It serves as both an attraction and a marketing strategy.
Not everyone stops, but some do.
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