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Kevin Roth's Yellow Submarine - Tuckerhouse B&B photo

Kevin Roth’s Yellow Submarine – Tuckerhouse B&B photo

You’re singing it now, aren’t you?

This is from a post on the Tuckerhouse B&B blog that we’d love to share…

San Juan Island “Trash to Treasures” artist Kevin Roth has erected a whimsical tribute to the Beatles at the former site of his West Side Free Pile. The grand Yellow Submarine stands behind a memorial bench to beloved islander John Buck, creating a great photo op.

The Yellow Submarine is composed of 99% recycled materials (yellow paint was the only new purchase) and yes, that’s a Weber barbecue serving as the bow. The body is made of fuel tanks of all sorts: diesel fuel tanks, home heating oil tanks, pressure tanks, well system tanks, outboard motor gas tanks, propane tanks… (continue reading for more photos)

Posted on June 30, 2016 at 5:46 am by

Categories: Arts, Community, People
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  1. Our family rents property adjacent to the yellow submarine for vacation every summer, and we always take a photo with it before we leave the island – Thanks for letting us meet the talented artist responsible for it!
    (We do still miss the freepile, as my sister-in-law and I are avid thrift store shoppers!)

    Comment by Debbi Morrell on June 30, 2016 at 4:30 pm

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