Monday, December 15, 2008

Secret door ...

... in an undisclosed location on the banks of Woods Creek.

The pre-school set maintains that the troll will answer messages.

15 comments:

Peter said...

Happy to see that the (Nordic) trolls have come that far! They are quite nice!

Tanya said...

That is adorable! What a cute find!

JM said...

This is just lovely!

Fio said...

Oh, it's so sweet :)

Bangkok Nik said...

Your photos and postings are a joy - Lexington seems so homely!

Per Stromsjo said...

I'm heading for an exam in January and could certainly use some assistance from a knowledgeable troll!

jill said...

How cute. You need my
--mushrooms-- growing around it.

Griffin said...

Your blog made my day - I grew up in Lexington and miss everything about it. I'm coming home for Christmas and I'm going to walk my dogs on the woods creek trail looking for this little door. My advice to you as a fellow photographer... don't ever leave!!!!!!! Lexington is amazing. And you are managing to have pretty great pics without a particularly fancy camera, so more power to you.

Belgrade Daily Photo said...

Whoever put that door there is brilliant (I mean, whoever helped the little trolls, of course). :) Very cool find!

mkhansen said...

Peter - yes, the trolls have made it this far. Not only are they nice, but like you they speak and write in perfect English!

Bangkok Nik - Thanks for your visit! Lexington is really as it looks here.

Per - You could try our troll, I suppose, but so far he has only answered the questions of people under five. Good luck on your exam!

mkhansen said...

Griffin - I'm so glad you found your way here. Let me know if you find the door. (I can always give you another hint, but it would be more fun without it.) Come back anytime for another glimpse of Lexington.

mkhansen said...

Thanks, everyone, for your kind comments. There has been a lot more activity on this blog than usual today, and I was thinking that this little photo was inexplicably attracting a lot of attention.

But I have since learned that the Washington & Lee Univ. blog featured my blog today. So welcome, everyone visiting from W&L! Tomorrow, a photo just for you.

Per Stromsjo said...

Ah, the troll might in fact be opening a support channel for universities as well then! :)

mkhansen said...

Ah, I hadn't thought of that. Those of you with more experience of trolls are wiser in their ways!

Anonymous said...

This made me smile in ways you can't imagine. I'm a 2007 W&L grad who knows precisely where this little door is and the notes to be found in it after stumbling across it on a run down the trail one day.

Great find!!