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Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Dexter vs the Dragon

As I said in yesterday's post, Dexter the Digging Dog arrived in the mail that morning.  Since he was so cute, I couldn't wait to get him in position digging up the ground be the stream.  I managed to squeeze in a special stop at the hobby store for some miniature railway gravel to use as dirt and got to work.  Here is the result - Dexter and his pile of dirt!

Dexter is made by the Dollshouse Emporium and I purchsed him from Fairy Meadow Miniatures in Sydney.

Also, I need to welcome yet another new follower to the blog.  Vickyg has her own blog, Vicky's Houses featuring some of her lovely houses.  Welcome Vicky!


  1. hehe , that looks so cute :) well done.. especially love the dirt thats gone on the decking ..naughty doggy :P

  2. How lovely to find your blog. Loved the little digging dog with the dirt to boot!
    I have the real digging dogs in my real life so just bought a very well behaved basset for my new house.
    He will not be digging, chewing, peeing or pooing!!!

  3. Sorry I am in the wrong blog!!!! I have just started one for my dolls house.

  4. Thanks everyone for your complimentay comments. Martha and Bailey, if it's not digging, chewing, peeing, pooing or trying to beg for the food you're eating, it's not a real dog!