An enchanted road trip Published April 28, 2010 By Tech. Sgt. Thomas Dow 5th Bomb Wing Public Affairs THE ENCHANTED HIGHWAY, N.D. -- Every now and then a person needs to fill up the tank with gas, grab some snacks and just get away from it all. This is exactly what my wife and I did this past weekend. We found ourselves on a long stretch of road south west of Bismarck, N.D., called the "Enchanted Highway." It was definitely a sight to see. The Enchanted Highway is a 32-mile stretch of asphalt straight south of Interstate 94's exit 72. On that exit is the first of seven giant metal sculptures, each created by artist Gary Greff. As we traveled south we were greeted every five or six miles by another sculpture, each more grand than the last. We started anticipating what we would see next as we went up and down along the twisty highway. There were parking lots at each stop, along with an area containing information about the artist and his works. Our journey ended when we reached Regent, N.D. There we saw the Enchanted Highway gift shop, along with whirly-gigs and trees also made of metal. The artist relies on donations and gift shop sales to continue his passion for creating magic from metal. It was definitely a road trip to remember.