In honor of Halloween, here is a photo of a big spider that plopped down right in front of me on a trail walk at Lake Lenexa the other day.  He was about the size of a quarter or Euro, and was busy spinning a very elaborate web.  Good thing I’m not afraid of spiders. […]

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As the sun started setting on our trail walk, and our tour of the mysterious gnome homes drew to a close, we encountered this cozy home where the elfin inhabitants appeared to be preparing to sip a nice cuppa tea by candlelight. Learn More: Crowds Drawn to Small Door in a Tree at SF’s Golden […]

Deep in the woods of suburbia, gnomes appear to sometimes suffer from “Keeping up with the Joneses.”  Not to be outdone by the Gnome Home with a Red Door, the Gnome Home with a Purple Door includes a balcony and burlap bag with note paper that visitors can use to leave a message for the […]

Of the five gnome homes along the Tomahawk Creek Trail in Overland Park, Kansas, this is probably my favorite. Learn More: Crowds Drawn to Small Door in a Tree at SF’s Golden Gate Park Mystery Gnome Homes Appear Along Trail in Kansas You Might Also Enjoy: One Thing, Three Ways:  Gnome Tree House One Thing, […]

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 […]

You may have heard about the mysterious little door the appeared at the base of a tree in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park last spring.  After drawing curious visitors to the park and making international headlines, park officials ordered that the door be removed.  It must have taken the wee elfin creatures several months to […]