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We hope the Bull, formerly of Magic Carpet Golf, has no beef with being posted outside O'Shaughnessy's Irish Steakhouse. The statue is one of many from the former mini-golf now at sites around the city.
The Serpent - species unknown - keeps the Alligator company at an area home.
Magic Carpet's Pygmy Hut is a happy resident at Valley of the Moon.
Buddha no longer ponders the ways of mini-golf. He's at a southeast-side home.
What is he looking at? The Poo Monkey, plus palm tree, are now stationed at a private residence.
Old Stump, which used to be at Magic Carpet Golf, is now rooted at the Valley of the Moon.
Look for the smiling Sun way out east in the 8000 block of East 22nd Street. This is a sun with no heat.
The restored Magic Carpet Golf sign now sits with other rehabbed signs on West Drachman Street near North Stone Avenue.
The giant Tiki Head has settled in nicely outside The Hut on North Fourth Avenue. Moving it took some major truck-work.
T-Rex - now called Willard - has moved in nicely, thank you, at a business in the 4400 block of East Tennessee Street.
The Castle is among a group of ex-Magic Carpet statues that live on at Valley of the Moon.
The Alligator is a hard-to-miss piece of yard art at a home on East Simmons Street.
As the Star's three-year weekly Tucson Oddities series can attest, this town has no shortage of strangeness. Oddity may be our greatest renewable resource.
Tucson's Valley of the Moon, which predates Disneyland by 23 years, is a storybook come to life.
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