The real interesting thing about Tucson are its quirks. You would think that any city that has a statue Pancho Villa, a villian to many in a downtown park is odd, but many neighborhoods have embraced oddities. One of these oddities is Valley of the Moon. From it’s website “Valley of the Moon is the World’s only historic fantasy fairyland garden park dedicated to Kindness. The Moon was lovingly imagined and built by George Phar Legler between 1923 and 1967, now kept alive by a small band of dedicated Volunteers, Magic Lovers, Families, Teens and anyone who believes that Happiness is Given and Not Sold. A-ZE-O (health to all), Pilgrim. Valley of the Moon is kept going by donations and 2 fundraising shows a year, the spring and fall shows. The Haunted Ruins have been a longstanding Tucson tradition. It is also open to the public the first Saturday of every month.”
An oddity on my LuckySammyJewelry.com website is that I carry vintage items. A couple of them are Napco Asian statues at an unbelievable affordable price.