By bluenewt on Apr 27, 2012 in Where in Duluth?
I want cookies…or a vacation.
The not-quite-legible rock says, “Please leave gnomes.”
This must be Gethsemane Cemetery.
Nope, not Gethsemane.
I won’t wreck the fun for everyone else -- but the dog looks like Sampson to me.
I believe I have seen this little gnome scene on 1st street way out by the old East High?
At first I was bummed that Sampson had stuck his nose in as I was snapping the photo, and then I realized he served to show scale. Good boy!
Oh, mossybones, you are so close. Wrong street.
Aahhhh! it must be Second or Third Street. I walk my dog over there all the time. Maybe I’ll try to go finding it today and report back.
That’s out front of Boo Radley’s house.
I realize now I made the foolish mistake of confusing trolls and gnomes.
Here are trolls at Gethsemane Cemetery, circa September 2009.
“Trolls vs. Gnomes”. Just like “Alien v. Predator.” Only a lot smaller. And, it must be said, just a bit creepier.
Do you suppose “Please leave gnomes” means “Please leave these gnomes here,” or “Please leave any gnomes you happen to have with you here”?
It’s in the middle of the 30 hundred block of East 2nd Street -- lower side.
Mumpsimus has it.
Is that dog a great pyrenees? I have one. Best fricking dog in the world. I have no idea where the picture is.
Nope, he’s a Samoyed. He’s not mine. I just borrow him.
Ah ok. They look very similar, but it’s hard to tell without being able to see the ears.
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