Even before carving was completed on Mount Rushmore, many politicians have imagined themselves as the Fifth Face. Another figure was carved in the winter of 2020 but it represents a man who never won an elective office. He never shook a hand or kissed a baby. He’s Sasquatch, aka Bigfoot. The sculpture, made of Black Hills pine by Jarrett Dahl and his team at Dahl’s Chainsaw Art, measures over 22 feet. That makes it the largest Bigfoot sculpture in the world — though it barely exceeds the length of Washington’s nose on Rushmore. Visitors are welcome to visit and photograph Big Foot and the other fanciful creations at Dahl’s.