Kinzua Bridge State Park 60th Anniversary Souvenir Gifts
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Love the Kinzua Bridge as much as we do? Join in the celebration of Kinzua State Parks 60th Anniversary with these Kinzua products are great souvenirs or gifts and are from our Makers in the PA Wilds!
- Oval Kinzua Bridge State Park/PA Wilds sticker by PA Wilds Conservation Shop - Here by popular demand, these oval KBSP stickers celebrate not only Kinzua Bridge State Park but the Pennsylvania Wilds! Whether you have a collection of these oval stickers or just want a sticker that encompasses both Kinzua Bridge and the PA Wilds, these stickers are perfect to attach to any surface you want to display your love of the bridge and/or The Wilds! Weatherproof and durable oval car sticker. Measures 4.5" x 3".
- Kinzua Bridge State Park Pennant by PA Wilds Conservation Shop - Just like the historic Kinzua Viaduct itself that was completed in 1882, we went old school -- collect this felted pennant made in the heart of the PA Wilds! This Kinzua Bridge State Park pennant highlights the Kinzua Skywalk, which opened in 2011 following the destruction of 11 viaduct towers by an F1 tornado in 2003. Celebrate this tested but enduring monument to engineering innovation by getting a pennant of your own. 26" x 0.1" x 9" / Oakwood background with brown bands and print and oakwood ties.
- Kinzua Bridge "22" Puzzle by Owl and Moon Creative - This 500 piece puzzle showcases a unique vantage point of the Kinzua Bridge. Perfect for any Kinzua Bridge fan!
- Kinzua Creek Topo Hand-Dyed Scarf by Artwork by Julie Mader -
Elevation lines offer a view of Kinzua Creek winding through the valley as well as the footprint of the famous Kinzua via duct. Based on the U.S.G.S topographic map, the line of the Kinzua Creek Topo scarf were drawn by hand in the PA Wilds using a technique known as "serti". This one-of-a-kind scarf captures a unique view of this historic McKean County landmark and is a piece of wearable art to be treasured and enjoyed.
Once painted, Julie wraps each scarf separately and sets the dyes permanently to the fibers. She has chosen to use steam to set the dyes and water soluble resist to avoid the use of chemicals for all of her silk art.
100% silk. Hand wash. 8" wide, 54" long*.
*measurement may vary slightly due to shrinkage during the dye setting process
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