Mudlark and Guttersnipe In the Fall Garden

 

 

Cyclamen

Mudlark and Guttersnipe found signs of Fall, like this Cyclamen growing out of the dirt…

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Autumn Crocus

…and these Autumn Crocus.

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Starry Evening Glory

Guttersnipe thinks she might like the Night Sky Petunia elf.

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Fall

They discovered that the Williams Bon Chrétien pears are ripe.

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Pear Present

They carried a small pear to Jane…

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Pear Tarte Tatin

…who made a lovely pear Tarte Tatin.

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6 thoughts on “Mudlark and Guttersnipe In the Fall Garden

  1. Your dolls are so wonderful! I really more than like reading your narratives and now to see that the menagerie is growing in dolls!….well, life couldn’t be better in doll-land at the Quimper Hitty home.

  2. what a wonderful outing for the china heads!! And how sweet of Jane to bake a pear tart for the little ones.
    They seem to be settling in at the Quimper Cupboard quite well.

    • The China heads are a bit funny – they have rickety boots and are a bit top-heavy, but are happy to totter around the cupboard, house and garden. They have become very fond of Jane, who plies them with yummy delights!

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