Since then we have a group of three fairies that come and bring us letters, little trinkets and the like. Their names are: Lavender, Rosemary and Thyme. In fact, when I lost my last tooth the fairies ran into the Tooth Fairy! Pretty cool, huh?
When we were in Ann Arbor to spend the night, Aunt Kelly shared that there are many different fairy doors around the downtown area. Evie and I were really excited to go on the tour (so was our Mommy - big time).
So last Tuesday evening, after we went to bed, Mommy researched the Fairy Doors of Ann Arbor's website: Urban-Fairies Operations (UFO). She found great information, including a comprehensive map, to help us along our journey through downtown Ann Arbor.
More than anything, Evie and I wanted to spot the very secret Goblin Door! It took awhile to locate, but we were finally successful!!
Here are some great pictures of our adventures!
|Ann Arbor District Library - 343 South Fifth Avenue|
|fairy house amongst the books|
|Selo-Shevel Gallery - 301 South Main Street|
|Peaceable Kingdom - 210 South Main Street|
|windows of the fairy store inside Peaceable Kingdom|
|stairs down to the basement? Do you see the ghost?!|
|Sweetwaters Cafe - 123 West Washington|
|little window next to the Sweetwaters door|
|three happy fairy door hunters!|
|The Ark - 316 South Main Street|
|Red Shoes - 332 South Ashley|
|interior of the Red Shoes' door|
|Lexi's Toy Shop (next door to Red Shoes)|
|fairy garden outside of Lexi's|
|Ann Arbor Fairy Garden (close to Library)|
|The Goblin Door - South Main Street|