Happy Holidays from the Fork in the Road

As festive as it is every holiday, the Gifft Hill Fork in the Road is in the Christmas spirit.

This thing really is a St. John icon.

First built of plywood by homebuilder “Bird Man Jack” in 1984 as a way for the concrete company to find his road, the Fork in the Road has been vandalized, torn down, backed over and otherwise destroyed a dozen times in 30-plus years.

But there it is.

A construction project that has earned the right to say Fork You St. John.

One Reply to “Happy Holidays from the Fork in the Road”

  1. I like the new design. The pic I have of it is the one in the second pic before it was broken. Merry Christmas Fork, you wear it well! 🙂

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