In a Father’s Day-related post, let’s look back at the A&W Burger Family, which first appeared in 1963 when the restaurant introduced four choices of hamburgers and their corresponding Burger Family members: Papa Burger, Mama Burger, Baby Burger, and Teen Burger. The fiberglass statue of Papa Burger is 8 ½ feet tall, and believe it or not, Papa’s mug is the size of a small child at 3 feet tall. Although a new mascot was introduced in 1974, many restaurants kept the Burger Family instead of getting rid of them. A number of statues still survive to this day, whether a complete family at the top of a former A&W Drive-In in Casper, Wyoming or outside of the Shute Park Aquatic & Recreation Center in Hillsboro, Oregon. There are even lonely papas separated from their families at random places like the Dairy Sweet in Auburn, Nebraska. You never know when you might spot one. So if you’re nostalgic for 1960s drive-in culture or just like random things, remember to be on the lookout for the Burger Family on your next road trip.