Whispering Giant #30 LbNA # 59566
Peter Wolf Toth (born December 1947) is a Hungarian-born sculptor, who immigrated to the United States and settled in Akron, Ohio. He later studied art at the University of Akron. He created a series of sculptures called Trail of the Whispering Giants to honor Native Americans. Overall, he has created more than 60 sculptures, including at least one in each state of the United States, and in several provinces of Canada.
Find this Giant. Off to the right, as you face him, you should see the start of a trail (the Forest Heritage Tree Nature Trail). A few yards from the trailhead the trail splits. Take the right hand trail. If you see a marker for a downy serviceberry tree on the left side of the trail, you are on the correct trail. Follow the trail down the hill, until it levels off. On your right, you should see a marker for a sugar maple, next to the rotting, but still upright tall trunk of the maple. On the opposite of the trunk, you will find two flat partially buried rocks, one is located above the other. Under the upper one, hidden under some small pieces of rock is the giant you seek.
Please rehide him as well, or better than you found him.