“Alice-like” door carved into 100 year old Elm tree

>> If truth be told, a local sculpture carved into a 100 year old Elm tree on Montpellier Hill in Harrogate, North Yorkshire, helped inspired chapters 4 and 5 in story book: Alice Returns Through The Looking-Glass, by author Zizzi Bonah.

picture of sculpture into elm tree at Montpellier Hill Harrogate that inspired book, Alice Returns Through The Looking-Glass

And this inspiration took form by-way-of a treehouse for the homestead of character: GRAMMA, a rather rude female when first encountered by ALICE and MISS PENOPAUSE, on account of her dislike for writers who overlook the rules of grammar, forcing her to grind a little more of her tooth enamel away …

Have you strolled upon an “Alice-like” setting in your local town?


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