Autumn Fun With Explorer Beastie!

Oh, poor Explorer Beastie! We were hoping to get out and about this week, but both the weather and my work schedule were against us… Still, at least we have some great photos from previous years to look back on. I hope you all enjoy this trip down memory lane as much as we did!

First up – Explorer Beastie and Garcia Beastie hanging out in the olive trees at Kew Gardens a couple of years ago!
Beasties Climbing Olive Trees - CrawCrafts BeastiesThey also took a stroll through the first fallen leaves of the season…
Beasties set off for adventure!… And some of the leaves that hadn’t fallen yet, too!
Explorer Beastie scaling the fenceHere’s another photo from later that year, when Explorer Beastie found a perfectly Beastie-sized toadstool. This has to be one of my favourite monster pictures!Explorer Beastie with ToadstoolWe got lots of other great shots on that trip, too!
Autumn Days with Explorer Beastie - CrawCrafts BeastiesThen last Hallowe’en, he bravely ventured into an isolated graveyard!
Explorer Beastie in the Arched Doorway - CrawCrafts BeastiesYes, okaaaay, it was daylight… But all the same! We really enjoyed this view from the wall – it was so peaceful!
Explorer Beastie Admires the View from Lissonuffy - CrawCrafts BeastiesAnd nothing could have put him and Crablet off dressing up later on for some trick or treating…
Beasties at Hallowe'en - CrawCrafts Beasties… Not even a furry gatecrasher!
Gizmo the Gatecrasher - CrawCrafts BeastiesI wonder what we’ll get up to this year? Hopefully we’ll have some new photos to share with you soon – weather permitting, of course!

Here’s wishing you all a super weekend… We’ll be back on Tuesday with another new Beastie! Care to guess which Famous Monster will be joining the gang here at Beastie Towers this time around?

12 thoughts on “Autumn Fun With Explorer Beastie!

  1. I was at Kew Gardens a couple years ago too! Unfortunately, I was there in spring and missed my chance at a Beastie sighting. And I have noticed how attracted cats are to Beasties (and vice versa)…are the sheep the wool comes from fed on catnip perhaps?

    1. Thank you! There are lots of beautiful, peaceful graveyards in the countryside around Boyfriend’s family home, and I usually visit at least one of them with his mum and aunt when I go to stay!

      1. For some reasons I like graveyards. We even live right next to one. As you said most of them are beautiful and peaceful.

        1. Yes, I like them too! When I go on holiday, I usually try to have a wander around a local graveyard – fortunately I often travel with a friend of mine who is a fellow graveyard enthusiast, so we’re both happy! It must be nice to live next to one as well, no problems with noisy neighbours 😉

    1. Oooh, good tip! I actually hadn’t heard about this… How great to see another new (and internationally significant!) cultural attraction opening in Northern Ireland! I’ll definitely be putting this on my to-visit list once the Christmas madness is over, thank you! 😀

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