What does fairyland look like to you? Clear, rushing water and green leaves under the trees. Near Kell, Rhineland Pfalz. Germany. ©Laurel Decher, 2020.
Yesterday, we walked for five or six hours and I got buckets of new ideas about the Fairy Kingdom.
I love the “Traumpfad” hiking trails that we’ve already been on. This one is special for its caves and variety! Here’s a virtual dream hike for you:
A hidden castle. Schweppenburg. A fairy brook More fairy brook Springtime carpet The cupids have been here! A kissing booth with mistletoe. The road to the Fairy Kingdom? Easter atmosphere. Magical fairy caves. A safe place for a Fairy Kingdom would be too high for people to climb up. A Fairy Kingdom mountain with moat. The magical fairy tree. A magical frog tree root. A brook for healing. A coat of arms for a cupid. A path should have a footbridge if it can. A waterfall just like Niagara. Hand-drawn geology diagram, with hikers. Wind In The Willows atmosphere. Can you see the bird on the road? A kleiber? Roman spring with bench. Roman carbonated spring. The border to Fairy Kingdom. Grenzpunkt. Border point.
A carpet of flowers. ©Laurel Decher, 2020.
Click the map to tour the Seven Kingdoms: Cochem, Marigold, Magenta, Indigo, Saffron, Rose, and Blackfly.
TA DA! The newest Seven Kingdoms Fairy Tale is here:
UNDER PRESSURE WITH A SQUASH
For eleven-year-old Princess Saffy, tests ARE the point. Her twin, Prince Magellan, thinks tests are pointless.
But when their beloved dragon gets them into trouble with the Fairy Kingdom. . . the Saffron twins must face the ultimate test–together!
How can they beat the pressure?
Get on board the Hubbard submarine and find out!
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