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Garden and Yard Wind Pinwheels & Spinners
Wind pinwheels and spinners for sale. These garden and lawn ornaments are really fun and come in interesting designs like bike, shark, aircraft, solar, salmon, dolphin and more.
What fun to see a cute critter riding a bicycle and see the wheels spinning swiftly in the wind. Or maybe a tractor with its large wheels wildly turning as a gust of
wind stirs it up.
Today you will find garden pinwheels and spinners in yards and gardens as yard art and part of the garden decor.
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Check out these bike, aircraft, dolphin wind spinners and pinwheels.
Last spring I found several spinners and took them home and placed them around my waterfall. I can see the waterfall from my dining room window and thoroughly enjoyed the spinners as they spun all day long. They would catch the sun and even sparkled. This year I plan on putting spinners and pinwheels in my waterfall once again.
I hope you enjoy the unique and colorful variety of pinwheels and spinners that are on this page and check out the ones at the bottom. They are great for gift giving even at Christmastime for all ages. Thank you for taking time to look at these fun yard decorations!
In recent years spinners can be seen adorning just about every yard and garden whether in the city or in the country. Colorful and eye catching, all ages enjoy watching the spinning action and blur of colors.
Children love these delightful pinwheels and they like to hold them and run to make them turn. This is a great way to get your child off the couch and outside getting some healthful exercise.
It used to be in the old days that any toy a child could make spin by running in the wind was called a whirligig. This name seems familiar to me as I must have heard it somewhere, maybe as a child using one myself. I hope this does not date me.