😀 I love this!!!
I can just imagine what the inside of the tree looks like!!
The opening is actually very small. I almost missed it as I was walking by! That somebody took the time to make a door, buy the hinge, install it… is so very cool! I can just imagine the look on little kids’ faces when they discover it! 🙂
it looks small, like a fairy or pixie house! and the inside of the tree will be full of tiny rooms and little staircases, with people using acorn cups as bowls 😉
Teehee! Ed immediately thought of Stuart Little living in there, fully furnished, as you described.
hehehe yes! 😀
The perfect hidey-hole if the Latvians rise up against me 😉 Where is it?
Just thinking – we haven’t had a Nancy rant in a while. Wordless is all very well but…
Isn’t it the sweetest thing ever? It’s at Cherry Beach – west of me, but still down on the lake.
As for ranting, well, I almost killed an old man in my last post…
Love it! It’s a hobbit-trail. 🙂
Hubby thought of Stuart Little. 🙂
That too. 🙂
Love!! I wanna go in there!
Come visit! I’ll take you!
And bonus: it’s right on a beautiful sandy beach by the lake!
I want to wander down that Hobbit Hole, NT. I’m off to Wonderland to find Alice ~ I need one of those pills that makes you smaller.
I’m sure if you walked a few blocks north of this spot you might find a purveyor of magic pills. 🙂
I think it’s adorable, and as long as it’s for Stewart Little, I’m okay – because we all know how I feel about fairy houses!!
Hobbits, fairies, animated mice… toh-may-toh, toh-mah-toh. 😉
That’s so whimsical! There’s a tradition on my street to put “faces” on trees fashioned out of wooden eyes and mouths and stuff. It’s really cool.
Not gonna lie; this made me ridiculously happy.
What a great little hobbit house! It reminds me of this link Thom just shared with me about an artist in Mexico….check it out… http://boredomtherapy.com/tiny-skeletons/?sr_source=lift_facebook&utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=CPC&utm_content=tinyskels
Oh my gosh, those are so awesome!
Note, however, if I opened that door (which I did) and found little skeletons inside, I would have likely gone into heart failure! 🙂
Such a fantastic find at the end of a long beach walk!
What a fantastic hiding place! 🙂
If we had pills that shrunk us down to the size of mice! 🙂
I think I will make a little door and put it on one of my trees!
Do you have a tree with a hole in it at the bottom? If so, DO IT!!! This is the sweetest thing I’ve seen in a long time!
If I don’t find a hole, I will make that too!!!
This is what my next house is going to look like.
My mom is a master gardener and for years, every summer, she makes a new fairy garden somewhere for my kids (okay and me too) to discover. I adore that photo, Nancy!
Your mom sounds like a pretty amazing lady!
Whoever made and installed this door on this tree made me ridiculously happy!
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