how to recognise a gnome house, part 1

When I was little, I spent a lot of time in the woods (and still do, when I have the chance).  Much of that time was spent looking for little houses belonging to gnomes and other small woodland inhabitants.  I figure that I should really pass on what I have learned about identifying their natural habitats.  A D&H PSA, if you will.

Check on Wednesday for part 2: the legend.

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