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Gnome Village – Federation Forest, WA

Gnome Village (aka “Hobbit Village”) is a tiny community of houses located along a hiking trail in Federation Forest State Park, Washington. The park has a 1,650 feet elevation and 12 miles of trails on 619 acres of old growth

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Posted in Gardens and Nature Trails, Parks - State and National

Oh Gnome You Don’t! – Battle Ground, WA

Oh Gnome You Don’t! is a fantasy board game distributed by Gut Bustin’ Games of Battle Ground, Washington. The board game was designed by Lisa Bowmam-Steenson and illustrated by Two Tree Illustration. It will handle 2-6 players, aged 13-plus and

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Posted in Props, Toys, Dolls & Puppets

Gnome Homes – Bonney Lake, WA

Gnome Homes (doors) were placed in the community parks in the town of Bonney Lake, Washington in the Spring of 2013. The gnome home project was inspired by news articles about Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, California where similar

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Posted in Fairy Houses and Doors, Parks - Municipal

Bob the Demon – Twin Peaks, WA

Bob the Demon is a demonic entity dressed in blue jeans featured on the bizarre ABC fantasy drama TWIN PEAKS (1990-91). Also known as Killer Bob (played by Frank Silva), this savage serial killing spirit roamed the Pacific Northwest town

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Posted in Television

Pixie Falls – Bellingham, WA

Pixie Falls (aka, “Middle Whatcom Falls”) lies deep inside Whatcom Falls Park, a 241 acres community park located at 1401 Electric Avenue in the middle of Bellingham, Washington near the northwest shores of Lake Whatcom. The park has several miles

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Posted in Caverns and Caves, Parks - Municipal

Bandy’s Troll Haven – Sequim, WA

Bandy’s Troll Haven is a magical santucary of mythological statuary located at 950 Gardiner Beach Road in Sequim, WA. The 150 acre property borders the Straight of Juan de Fuca on the northeast corner of Olympic Peninsula just off Highway

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Posted in Hotels, Motels and Inns, Private Residences, Statues and Carvings

Fremont Troll – Seattle WA

The Fremont Troll is an 18-foot tall shaggy-haired sculpture that lurks beneath the north end of the Aurora Ave. Bridge (officially the George Washington Bridge) at N. 36th & Troll Ave. N. in Seattle WA. According to Scandinavian folklore, trolls

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Posted in Statues and Carvings
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