Magical lure of Black Rock Fairy House Walk draws crowd
The Black Rock Trails Association recently hosted its fourth annual Fairy House Walk on the Black Rock Community Trails.
The event encouraged both the young, and young-at-heart, to dress up, explore the local community trails, and - maybe - find a fairy or two along the way.
Wyrin Mcdrago, six, and her sister, 10-year-old Ember Mcdrago of Black Rock, said that while they both loved the fairies and unicorns the best, they’d also be happy if they could see a gnome, too.
This was the first Fairy House Walk for four-year-old Luna Josephine of Bishop Mountain. An aspiring fairy in training herself, she said she was excited to finally see where the real fairies live.
Five-year-old Chayton Sangster of Centerville hides patiently next to the fairy house hoping to see what might come out to play.
Three-year-old Hendry Gadon of Wolfville had a great day finding fairies on the Black Rock Community Trails.
Four-year-old Teo Muething, of New Minas, said he had a blast on his first Fairy House Walk and is excited to attend the event again next year.
Three-year-old Clara Brewster, a fairy in training from Kentville, was excited to meet all of the fairies hiding throughout the forest.