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Monday, November 12, 2007

Spot the Gnome?

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How do you know he's called Spot?

9 comments:

  1. No :) I didn't but that; but the picture suggest that there may be a gnome behind every bush. If you look close enough....

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  2. HaH. This reminds me of a commercial on television here in the states. A gnome gets himself in all kinds of difficult and unusual situations as he advertised for the web site Travelocity.

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  3. Yes, I've seen that little Travelocity Gnome! Lovey picture!

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  4. Double click on it and there are 2 in the bottom left corner. You can see their reflection in the water.
    Both, we often have stories here where garden gnomes are kidnapped and a ransom is demanded. Alternatively they go missing and postcards arrive at their "gnome" address from various places.

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  5. Now I see the one on the far left. How did I miss him earlier? Isn't it nice to know they travel in company with each other.

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  6. I see them there sitting on their rocks! That's a lovely spot. I like the pretty waterfall.

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  7. Wow. I thought the gnome was made out of rock. If you look at just where the water falls, there is a rock that I imagined to be the gnome.

    I guess you called him Spot. Is that why? lol

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  8. You know what I just saw a whole bunch of little transparent fairies skirting right across over the heads of the gnomes. lol

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Thanks for your comments. Whenever possible I will always reply. Dave