Ever been on a fairy house tour? With "way-way up there" tiny tree houses-- in which the fairies MUST use ladders?
With hobbit holes as tall as a bump on the ground?
With hingeless wooden doors?
Well... on August 4th the proprietors of Pixie Hill gave visitors, one and all, a fleeting glimpse of elvish abodes and fairy double-plexes during their (hopefully) annual Open House in Ontario.
From photos on their blog, I even spotted teeny tablecloths hanging from a teeny clothesline! And miniature lanterns... and a treasure cave. Oh yes.
The fairy folk, the bashful lot that they are, assured the owner/artist Nichola "Knickertwist" Battilana, also known as "the maker," that they wouldn't mind a tour at all.
But of course, the fairies themselves insisted on keeping a low profile.
Hmmm... however, I did notice the wee little sign below...