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Randall Jeppesen, KSL Newsradio If you've driven on I-15 through Lehi lately, you've probably asked, "What's up with the Mount Rushmore being built on the side of the road?"
A crane hoists beams into place on Liberty Land's main building while Theodore Roosevelt's face is being carved for the Mount Rushmore replica. "[We'll] be reminded of our great forefathers and have fun at the same time," explained creator Jerry Bradshaw.
Bradshaw is the mind behind the fun center, which has the typical minigolf and bumper boats. Almost everything has a patriotic twist. "The Mount Rushmore has multi-purposes. There's a roller coaster, a family roller coaster. The back side will serve as a rock climbing wall," he said.
This is celebrating America, so there will be a food court.