|The entrance to Narnia
If you haven't read part 1 of this blog, I should tell you that I live in Rostrevor, in Northern Ireland at the foot of the Mourne Mountains, on the shores of Carlingford Lough, with the Cooley Mountains opposite and thousands of years of myths and legends surrounding the whole area. And C.S. Lewis was so enamoured by it as a child that he told someone that this area was his idea of Narnia. And our local council have organised a Narnia trail in the woods to honour him.
It won't be officially opened until 31st October and there is no signage up yet, so I'm guessing at these exhibits. With each visit new things are appearing and no-one is seen working on the pieces which is adding to the excitement:) Everyone you meet is talking about it.
The first place we found was the otters house, I'm guessing - a place for little people at any rate....
Looking up, this is a part of the wood I've walked past on many occasions without paying much attention ...
Some more little people must be living in this part ... the doors to your imagination for sure..
and this must be the important person's house ...
I can't wait to get up and see more.
We're preparing for a concert at the weekend and trying to find time to be in the studio after some family problems and the emotional exhaustion that goes with that. But these walks in the woods in the Autumn sunshine are a brilliant distraction.
This is Day 4 of the Sarah Allen's 30 Day blogging challenge.