Wednesday, June 15, 2016

The path of the elves


The path of the elves in the Pusteria Valley.


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    1. I've seen only one (that one on the sign), but I'm sure there were many more... :)

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    2. Let us hope there were many more. Better elves than trolls.

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  2. That's the thing about elves Karl, they can only be seen by the light of the full moon... at certain times of the year, so a sighting is very rare:)

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  3. If the Elf paths are known, then you have a higher probability of seeing them, but they are known to be very tricky, so take care.

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  4. What a beautiful path for these wee elves to walk! Watch for them because they like to land on your shoulder and lick your ear!

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  5. how cute and those flowers are beautiful! love the colors!

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