When it came time to chop down the giant fir in her front yard, Jillian Foss decided to depart from the usual Fircrest norm for a chainsaw sculpture. "Everybody does bears," Foss said. "I didn't want to do bears." She opted for the Three Little Pigs, which she's named Feenie, left, Weenie and Eenie. Her dog, a Shih Tzu named Oliver, doesn't seem sold on the idea.
When it came time to chop down the giant fir in her front yard, Jillian Foss decided to depart from the usual Fircrest norm for a chainsaw sculpture. "Everybody does bears," Foss said. "I didn't want to do bears." She opted for the Three Little Pigs, which she's named Feenie, left, Weenie and Eenie. Her dog, a Shih Tzu named Oliver, doesn't seem sold on the idea. Staff photographer
When it came time to chop down the giant fir in her front yard, Jillian Foss decided to depart from the usual Fircrest norm for a chainsaw sculpture. "Everybody does bears," Foss said. "I didn't want to do bears." She opted for the Three Little Pigs, which she's named Feenie, left, Weenie and Eenie. Her dog, a Shih Tzu named Oliver, doesn't seem sold on the idea. Staff photographer

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July 06, 2014 12:00 AM

Fircrest native adds twist to city’s chain saw sculpture collection

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