Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Clos Normand: Seeing the French Countryside

When I heard that Miss Soliel Snook and Miss Elize Foxclaw were advertising rooms to let in Clos Normand, I had to take a look. They said the area, next to Giverny, reminded one of the French Countryside, circa 1900-35, and they were not exaggerating. Look - horses!

And cows!

Miss Foxclaw's Bluebells Art Studio is also here...

...featuring original art.

Some residences are already occupied, including Miss Nox Pinion and her Tea & Strychnine shop.

Water powers Tea & Strychnine:

Another presence is that of Baron Klaus Wulfenbach and the Consulate of Europa Wulfenbach.

With Miss Pinion and the Consulate, along with the physical location of Clos Normand, if I didn't know better, I would have thought it the second coming of the late Murdann!

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