By Eddie Trizzino
Gilson spent up to 12 hours a day for months pushing couches, tires and collapsed fences off the yards and tirelessly bagging syringes, glass bottles and wrappers putting everything out for garbage workers to collect. Gilson then went in with a shovel to dig out all the weeds.
The courtyard is almost completely covered in paint of all different colors and shades. Props such as signs, lawn chairs, doors, plastic animals and toys populate the area which has become a tourist attraction that often attracts travelers on their way to the Pittsburgh Mattress Factory, which is a mere three minute. walk from “Randyland,” according to “google maps.”