Weekly Photo Challenge: Everyday Life

Fairy House Tour

Fairy House Tour Portsmouth NH

Everyday life yesterday meant checking in our fairy houses at Strawbery Banke, Portsmouth, NH,  for the 2012 Fairy House Tour.

My six-year old grandson made his first (and possibly last according to him) fairy house. It was a Native American Teepee Village. While my eleven-year old granddaughter made an Acorn Fairy Garden in a drawer.

Tracy Kane (center in blue shirt), author of several books and the person who started our Fairy House Tour, was on hand to personally check in builders and direct them where to place their houses.

Tomorrow we’ll be on the tour, and after five years, we know we will be totally amazed at the creativity everywhere we look.

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About Judy @ NewEnglandGardenAndThread

Master Gardener who enjoys gardening, quilting, photography, and traveling.
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9 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Everyday Life

  1. Donna says:

    Very neat place. Wish I was closer so I could go on tour today, too!!

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  2. Grandma Kc says:

    Looks like they both did a great job! Enjoy the tour.

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  3. Debra Pugh says:

    Where does this weekly photo challenge come from : I’ve been watching these for awhile and some are just extraordinary!

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    • Judy says:

      I love this weekly photo challenge – it is just fun. It comes from The Daily Post at WordPress.com. Once you subscribe to it, you receive emails regarding various writing or photo challenges. I skip the writing ones but love the photo ones. It is a real trip to look at the posts and see how people from all over the world interpret the topic. I think you’d like it.

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  4. MythRider says:

    This sound like a fun tour. I would have loved to see the homes people created.

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  5. MythRider says:

    I went to the site and took a photo tour. What fun. What a great place for a camera and for the imagination to run wild.

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