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So long, and thanks for all the fish!

Well, it’s been a great six years since Gnomeland’s grand opening, and since then we’ve provided a great home for gnomes in rural New Hampshire. Alas, all good things must come to an end.

Our hosts, Ariane and Brendan, have decided to move to the West Coast, and, alas, will not be able to take Gnomeland with them. So Gnomeland closed to the public on May 4th, and we are in the process of finding gnew homes for all our resident gnomes.

Thanks for all the support in the last six years!

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Gnomes in the Service

We at Gnomeland are proud of Feldwebel Camel. Shortly after the grand opening of Gnomeland, he grew restless with his practice maneuvers around the yard, and decided instead that it was time to enlist. He headed down to the recruitment station, and due to his extensive experience in outdoor concealment, he was quickly trained and deployed to Afghanistan.

He recently sent this shot back to the folks back at Gnomeland showing that he’s enjoying his time at Camp Leatherneck.

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Travel Highlights: Onkel Gimli

Onkel Gimli has been traveling about New Zealand. You can read about his travels here.

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Lost Gnome: Irwin!

Onkel Irwin has had a lifelong obsession with alligators, so when he heard that a coworker of mine was headed to Florida, he hopped in his luggage and left. He made it safely to Florida, and had several days enjoying both the Royal Pacific Resort and Universal Studios Orlando.

Alas, we don’t think he ever made it to Gatorland. Onkel Irwin was last seen being escorted from the premises by two uniformed employees of the Royal Pacific, and despite several emails and pleas, particularly from his Aunt Brunhilde, he hasn’t been heard from since.

Anyone seen or heard from Irwin? We worry about him!

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Grand Opening!

Gnomeland is pleased to announce our Grand Opening.  After carefully selecting, installing, and posing over 500 gnomes across our property, we’re finally ready to cut the ribbon and welcome visitors!  We’ve got hundreds and hundreds of gnomes of all different backgrounds, colors, and styles!  Please come visit us at Gnomeland and check out our acres of gnome wonderland.

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