Ethan the Farmer and Thaddeus the Llama were a highlight of the Earth Day celebration at Sahd's Salvage on Saturday. Other activities included yard tours, an exotic animal show, readings, and auction.
Ethan believes in farms, food, families, and freedom and that "We the People" are the fourth branch of government.
He offers many services. His contact info is shown above.
Some of Ethan's produce
Dan Sahd led a tour of the facility.
Visitors got to see "the back 40."
Discarded street signs served as points of reference.
There's Marietta Avenue.
Another scrap pile
Yep, more scrap
Lamp shades, of a sort
Bells & Candles
From the pre-cellphone era
Potato chip cans
Old-timey fire extinguishers
Chicken Little was temporarily sedate because there was no forecast for falling skies
Plates from different states
Time to kiss Thaddeus
The Cornfish, created by Ethan the Farmer, is made of steel, chicken wire and Bondo putty.
Long shot of Thaddeus
Lisa Greybill of the Columbia Public Library read Dr. Seuss's The Lorax to interested listeners.
Tragically Cute, Charlie Brown, and Coco