October 13, 2013 — Sage Scott
One Thing, Three Ways: Gnome Tree House
I’m so excited that the gnomes exiled from Golden Gate Park in San Francisco moved to our neck of the woods. Here is the second of the five gnome homes along the Tomahawk Creek Trail in Overland Park, Kansas.
Gnome Treehouse Photo #1. Built into the base of a fallen tree, this gnome has quite the pad with a lovely ladder and hammock-like bed.
Gnome Treehouse Photo #2. His home is about as tall as my seven-year-old.
Gnome Treehouse Photo #3. And like all of the gnome homes along the Tomahawk Creek Trail, a sign over the entrance to his home reminds visitors to be thankful and love one another.
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That is absolutely adorable :).
I sooooooo need to build a gnome home now. I’m not even joking…
Do it! I think it’s a great idea :).
Love this thanks for sharing!
Thanks, Nancy! They are such a cool idea.
Again: that’s so cute. Wonderful photos. Love the composition of the last one. 🙂