The most-photographed roadside symbol in Plains, the “Smiling Peanut” was made for a rally in Evanston, Indiana in 1976 by James Kiely, Doyle Kifer, and Loretta Townsend. After spending years beside the depot, it was later moved to the Davis E-Z Mart on Highway 45.
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Nice to know the original of the giant peanut. I have a picture of this with a sleeping dog, perfectly positioned, to take advantage of the shadow cast.
you would think Jimmy Carter would help repair this peanut