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Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Woodland Gnomes

Woodland Gnomes

Woodland Gnomes on a walk in the snow
This is a very hardy group of gnomes who live in the forest and trees. They work very hard during the summers gathering food for themselves and tending to home building and repairs. They have a very strong relationship with the forest animals who they look after in the winders. Woodland gnomes are excellent wood crafters and tool makers. They have perfected the skill to make beer and wine in little woodland stills. Perhaps the human moonshiners had some woodland gnomes assisting? We have placed several gnome homes in our Whimsical Woods to attract these little helpers. None spotted yet, but will let you know. They are mostly hidden and tucked away, but that’s how they like it. They woodland gnomes and garden gnomes are buddies and trading partners. They explains why I’ll find a ripe strawberry sitting on a forest path. Somebody dropped it? Woodland gnomes like a visit to a garden, so best be good friends with the little keepers of the garden. Plenty to share.

Woodland gnomes wear the traditional red hat, green jacket, brown belt and brown pants. Always carry a little tool and they love big furry boots. Tough little people, but they enjoy their woodland homes and life.

All is well.


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