Hi Cork Gnome people!
My name is PeeWee and I live in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. I’ve lived here for about six months and I love it. I live mostly on a bookshelf in the apartment of a funny Brooklyn man. I spend most of my days with a big, sweet, old dog named Otto and an energetic young cat. I love to watch them! Today I went out to Teddy’s, a local Greek diner, for breakfast. (Watched the funny man eat a plate of French Toast and the dark haired lady who brought me to Brooklyn, eat half an English muffin.) And then soaked up some sunshine on top of the mail box near my home. It was lovely, but I was happy to get back to my shelf perch and watch the animals. Peace out!
~PeeWee the Gnome.
My name is Okra.
This photo was taken on some ornamentation on a bridge beside the Nationmuseum in Stockholm,Sweden with Old Town, Stockholm in the background.
I was brought to this beautiful country by a friendly guy named Matt. He left me with his friend who might take me on new adventures!
Farväl (goodbye in Swedish)!
I was lucky enough to meet some nice people while visiting the Outer Banks of N.C. Here I am at a great video store in Corolla, NC called Good Vibes Video (252.453.3503).
Marcia and Carla are SUPER friendly, and they can always recommend a good film.
I started off in North Carolina, but I’ve ended up in Seattle! I’m a bi-coastal Gnome.
I was picked up at SeaTac a few months ago, and after spending some time with my hosts in Seattle I hitched a ride to Portland. I got separated from them while reading about wine in Powell’s Books. I hope someone finds me so I can share my wine knowledge.
Gnome habitats. You can see more in person at The Scrap Exchange in Durham, NC. You can even purchase a gnome house there, and the proceeds will go to The Scrap Exchange’s capital campaign.
Here I am at MerleFest in Wilkesboro, NC. I was really enjoying watching the Green Grass Cloggers and this string band, until I realized the band was called the Corklickers! I was so uncomfortable that I had to skedaddle, off to find my next adventure.
Just happily hanging out by the subway in Brooklyn, NY, as gnomes do…
After our subway adventure, we were captured by a (slightly) bigger gnome, who entertained us with tales of Brooklyn over thimble-sized glasses of local seltzer…
I was working my mojo outside Dogstar Tattoo in Durham, NC. I’d love to get a tattoo there, but I fear I don’t have enough skin. They do awesome work there! I hear I made someone happy just by hanging out. Glad to know I’m doing my job!