Sunday, 3 November 2013

Off to seek fairy chimneys!

 When discovered will return -
this photo holds a clue to the location.

26 comments:

  1. Well, I have no idea where you might be, but I'll be waiting... Happy Sunday, Rosemary!

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  2. I do not even no what fairy chimneys are... but I wait patiently until your next post... happy Sunday! CHrista

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  3. Well, I know weve got some in the garden but I'm taking a look at our chimneys right now to see if we've got any fairies hiding there too!

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  4. Are you taking a magic carpet ride, to Turkey maybe? I love a riddle...

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  5. I'm guessing someplace where they weave rugs, but anyway I know it will be interesting to hear your story.
    --Jim

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  6. We love a riddle too. Honesty seeds? Do like the sound of Fairy chimneys ..... can't wait to see. x

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  7. Looking at the plant, Lunaria annua, the silverling, I would guess Garden of Gethsemane - but fairy chimneys keep me back...

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  8. The place I associate with fairy chimneys is Cappadocia in Turkey. I only know because I recently rad a novel set there. :-)

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  9. I am thinking, but I don´t think I know. It has something to do with the Lunaria, that is Judas money in Dutch or honesty in England. And a fairy chimney .......and a carpet. I give up. I am sure you will come with another interesting story. I am looking forward to it.

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  10. Fairy chimneys sound fascinating. I recognise 'honesty' as we always called it. And love those rugs...but can't see a connection...yet! Axxx

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  11. Wherever you are going... enjoy!

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  12. I love youre riddle's....but now i have no idea.

    Greetings,
    Inge, my choice

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  13. Dear Rosemary,

    I am not sure where you will be going to be I hope you will have a good time!!

    Madelief x

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  14. Hmmm..plant seeds and fabric from somewhere in the exotic east..Is there a plant called Fairy chimney? Off to google...

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  15. I have no idea Rosemary, but hope you will have fun :-)

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  16. I see persian carpets(always been a dream of me to have a carpet like that) but I doubt you're going to Iran, Indië, Tibet, Afghanistan...???? Or are you? Or Nepal maybe? That would be the best! I'd love to visit there sometime. You certainly got me dreaming of far away locations again Rosemary ;) I remember asking you if you had any other travels planned when you returned home form Kroatia but you never answered.... Now I know why, you like keeping secrets.
    'Fairy chimneys' didn't ring any bells nor did the wonderful seedpods of the Lunaria in your picture(mine are not at all looking that nice, left them out in the garden)
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    But then I just had to fill in fairy chimneys in google and found Cappadocia, Turkey.

    Can't wait to see your pictures!

    Marian

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  17. I guess I will find out when you return.

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  18. Wherever you are going Rosemary, I'm looking forward to beautiful photos and interesting stories. Hope it is warm where you are going. Have a great time!
    Betty

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  19. How mysterious! Have a lovely time.

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  20. Will you tell us the honest truth abut this mystery...?

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  21. I think you've gone to Morocco, Crete or Greece — in any event, I see Mediterranean. Have a great time!

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  22. May be Turkey -Instabul ??? Have a good time !

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  23. A lovely display of honesty, used to have this in the house every winter as a display, must try and find some now I am back in the UK.

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  24. “Fairy chimneys” rang a bell – Cappadocia! Right!  Enjoy the trip to your heart’s content、dear rosemary, and come back with lovely souvenir talks and photos. See you then.

    Yoko

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