Golf club, bowling ball, bicycle, ThighMaster, wagon and a car bumper -- not your typical lawn decor. Not to mention they're all resting up in the same tree.
But the Hazelwoods admit they are not typical decorators.
One drive by their Clearfield home offers proof of their personal style -- once you catch a glimpse of the front yard, with its large cottonwood tree adorned in metal.
"Actually, it was my wife's idea," said Bill Hazelwood. "We had a tree out front and we wanted to cut it down because it was getting messy. But we didn't want to completely get rid of the tree."
Ella Hazelwood has a taste for peculiar landscaping. She's seen several yards around the country with shoes strung up in a tree.
Six years ago, the couple removed the branches to leave the skeleton of the large cottonwood tree and started decorating it.
"It started out with a wagon and a tricycle -- that was the first thing she stuck up there," Bill Hazelwood said.
The evolution had begun.
Next, they added a 10-speed pink bike with holiday lights wrapped around it.
Ella wanted to throw away a bowling ball and Bill said it was a perfect addition. He drilled a chain through the ball and attached it to a limb.
Bill's office was throwing out an old fan, so Bill found another life for it by pinning the metal fan blades up high. Even a Thigh-Master was chosen for the collection.
"You just got to work with it so it's not real ugly -- just different," said Ella Hazelwood.
It's not about tacking items up in a tree. There is a method to their decorative madness.
"It's nothing that we just threw up there all at one time," said Bill Hazelwood. "We thought very slowly about what we were going to put up next."
The couple has gone on scavenger hunts before for new ideas.
"Bill wanted the bumper for a long time and we couldn't find one," Ella Hazelwood said.
He recruited his nephew to help him find a chrome bumper. Now the bumper, with a license plate with his nephew's name on it, rests with the rest of the collection.
Their house certainly has become eye-catching. A nuisance? They say no one has complained. Neighbors have used their tree as a landmark for giving directions.
"They all ask, 'Why? What's the deal with the tree?' I say it's just a conversation piece," said Ella Hazelwood.
The two are already planning for the next addition.
Bill has an old television antenna that might fit.
Ella also has some plans: "Of course, we are not done. But you've got to know what to put up there. We have a little doghouse and it will look so good up there. But it will take some doing."
Antenna, dog house, whatever idea comes next -- there has to be a reason.
"A little thought goes into each item that goes up there," said Bill Hazelwood.