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The two RV Gypsies
found oddities in Long Beach, Washington
July 23-24, 2013

welcome to Long Beach sign
statue
whales

The World's Largest Squirting Clam was right next to the World's Largest Frying Pan in Long Beach, Washington. The World's Largest Frying Pan was built in 1941 for the Long Beach Chamber of Commerce. It was used at the annual Clam Festival. The big pan has travelled extensively in the Northwest to advertise the Long Beach Peninsula vacation area. It measures 14 feet 6 inches from end of the handle tall and 9 feet 6 inches across pan portion.

The World's Largest Squirting Clam
the two RV Gypsies and World's Largest Frying Pan

Marsh's Free Museum was right across the street from the big frying pan. It is a "free museum" in the successful tradition of tourist stops that mix the free part with plenty of purchasing opportunities. Marsh's Free Museum is a large souvenir and gift shop, jammed-to-the-rafters with displays of priceless oddities, antiques and sideshow remnants.

Marsh's Free Museum
Marsh's Free Museum
Marsh's Free Museum

Below: Old time bread molder and sugar beet slicer

inside Marsh's Free Museum

Old time bread molder and sugar beet slicer
lion

Lee Duquette and a skeleton

Army Cannon Heater from Fort Carby

Lee Duquette and a skeleten
Army Cannon Heater from Fort Carby

carvings around the town of Long Beach, Washington

carvings around the town of Long Beach, Washington
seahorse carving

Carving of crabs

mermaid flying a "whale" kite

Carving of crabs
mermaid flying a "whale" kite

Lee Duquette trying on some hats in the store

Lee Duquette trying on some hats in the store
Lee Duquette trying on some hats in the store

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