19 November 2008

Pioneer Log House.

If the pioneers were all about seven, and had to build their log cabins out of pretzel sticks and peanut butter, not many of them would have survived the long, cold winter. This is in part because little children like to eat candy houses. How did the wicked witch in the Hansel and Gretel story ever make it through a good hailstorm? It's what I want to know. Thanks, Zimms Zoo, for this fun idea. It was too cool to wait 'till Tuesday to make.

4 comments:

  1. Hey I am glad you tried it. That will motivate me to try it.

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  2. HA! At least they could have eaten their houses in th winter, I guess.

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  3. I love pretzel and peanut butter, don't know that I have ever tried them together....Thank you for your lovely thoughts to me. You always make my day. When you say God sent me to you,,,,more than you know. God Bless you and your family!
    Hugs
    Polly

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  4. I think the candy house was in a forest of perpetual good weather... and somehow the house avoided the problems of being in the open air... and also passed health codes...

    Hmm... I'm beginning to think that Hansel and Gretel is nothing more than a fairy tale! [smile]

    That does look like a fun activity. Of course, getting food involved instantly increases the fun of things.

    ~Luke

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