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Fairy Finders #4
Observing the Observers
(this is the 4th batch, clik to see the 1st or 2nd or 3rd or 5th or 6th)
I will try to get permission and post pictures I have taken of people finding the fairy doors.

I will also post photos which are sent to me if permission to do so is given.

On May 16, 2009 I was at Peaceable Kingdom minding my own business...( really! I was dropping off more books to sell)... and within 10 minutes there were these 3 woman Fairy Finders. I don't thinkthey saw an actual fairies though.
September 7, 2009 I was driving along Ashley and happened to see a couple young women photographing the door at Red Shoes.
I pulled over to take the picture, don't worry.)
Monday Night, March 29, 2010
My eldest daughter had a fun extra credit assignment to create a Peeps® diorama. She decided to follow some peeps on their night out in Ann Arbor. The Peeps visited the urban fairies, but the fairies were not home. The Peeps went shopping, stopped for coffee at Sweetwaters micro brew café, and went for a show.
I was lucky enough to be at Sweetwaters on
Saturday, May 15, 2010
when Sophia and Lily,
sisters, I think, were hunting fairies and fairy doors with their dad. They left notes and drawings in the journal/guestbook.
to see the whole drawing.

August 8, 2010

I saw Three separate groups on fairy door tours this morning on my way to work (and a few loose fairy finders)

! I only spoke to one group (from Ypsilanti). I was able to direct them to the Sweetwaters Coffee & Tea fairy door, which is INSIDE.

Here is the group from Ypsilanti >>

They are on theirway to The Peaceable Kingdom and then for a tour of world foods including The Real Seafood Co. and Blue Nile!

This duo is exploring the fairy door and the Micro Brew Café at Sweetwaters.

Here is another group of fairy finders stopping at The Peaceable Kingdom.

The 3rd large group I was not able to photograph as they stood at The Ark.

September 1, 2010

A group of 4 kids with 3 adults at Sweetwaters.

The yongest girl WAS a fairy!

Fairy Finders #4
Observing the Observers
(this is the 4th batch, clik to see the 1st or 2nd or 3rd or 5th or 6th)
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