Mag­i­cal lure of Black Rock Fairy House Walk draws crowd

Annapolis Valley Register - - NEWS -

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.

PHO­TOS BY CHRIS SAULNIER

Three-year-old Clara Brew­ster, a fairy in train­ing from Kentville, was ex­cited to meet all of the fairies hid­ing through­out the for­est.

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