If you've meandered through the Holly Orchard neighborhood in Lake Oswego during the COVID-19 pandemic, you may have noticed a bony, yet familiar, face.
Barbara Feist, her husband Allan Barber and their family have created some lighthearted fun over the last six months.
With extra time on their hands, the family has decorated a skeleton that changes attire and positions every two to four days. From construction hats and yoga mats to window washing and biking, the family has gotten creative with props found in their household.
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