One Saturday we were up in Salt Lake, rambling about, and I decided to find Gilgal Garden. We drove around looking and looking where I thought it was supposed to be (we even drove by it once without seeing it). When I realized we were lost, I called our good pal Brandon, and he gave me immediately perfect directions: "You can see it from the Chuck-a-rama parking lot."
Gilgal is a sculpture garden created by Thomas Child. It's LDS-themed and very strange and remarkable at the same time. It attempts to intertwine his religious convictions with his philosophy.
Here's my Flickr photoset of Gilgal. There's also an online virtual tour.
Captain of the Lord's Army
Jarom and The Sphinx--probably his most interesting and wellknown of the sculptures
Bella, Oey, and Monument to the Trade
The giant's head, part of Nebuchadnezzar's Dream
Jarom hugging the head (from the Last Chapter of the Book of Ecclesiastes)