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Snow Peas (front)

The Pea creatures subsist on the goodness of sunshine, not only in summer but through the wind-blasty cold winter on the tundra of the North. These wee Peas are no exception having a happy romp on a crispy fresh fallen snow of Strangeland. For some of the Strangeland creatures though, the winter is much, much too long.


The good natured Peas enjoy the company of all the Strangeland creatures including Jacabobs, Nurblettes and Feezle. Even the occasional hedgehog and woodchuck in the short summer months.


Yes, the Raccoon skull, rest his little soul, is pristinely clean, painted and preserved in acrylic blue, has all his teeth and was found on the snowy banks of the Red River of the North. I've been told his father was a traveling sort and his mother was from a good neighbourhood. He seems to be quite benign, somewhat quiet which is to be expected I suppose, considering his state. Poor dear.


The Peascape measures 6.25" long by 4.5" tall. Created by the needle felting method, quite tightly and firmly felted with the graciously donated wool of Bernice and Evelynn, the sheep who live down the lane.

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Taken on October 3, 2010